Rocks off Pyramid Point

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    Back from my artist residency at Sleeping Bear. And a mighty fine time was had: gorgeous weather, lots of hiking, lots of photography. Of course I still have much of the developing and all of the printing to do, but I did get to develop one or two rolls while I was up there.

    A took a lot of pictures of the glacial erratics scattered all over the area. This is on the Lake Michigan shore near Pyramid Point, and that's one of the Manitou Islands in the background, South Manitou I believe.

    Voigtlander pinhole, Arista.edu Ultra 100 film, 2 second exposure in bright sun.

    Ralph Krawczyk Jr, tugumu, efo, and 23 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. jeff and leyla 83 months ago | reply

      this is beautiful
      congratulations on your residency

    2. annabelletexter 83 months ago | reply

      that's a beauty of an image! Sounds li ke you had a great time! Can't wait to see what else you got! :)

    3. mfophotos 83 months ago | reply

      Matt:

      Great to have you back, and it looks like you had a splendid time there. Great image, too. dammit.

    4. rdbkorn [deleted] 83 months ago | reply

      beautiful image...

    5. scottehumphrey 83 months ago | reply

      gorgeous shot. eerie

    6. Bill Bresler 83 months ago | reply

      Very Nice. I've been pretty antsy, waiting to see your work from your residency.

    7. efo 83 months ago | reply

      Delightful. In addition to the milkshake wave blur, there's such wonderful sunlight, in patches, on the scene.

    8. sean crawford 83 months ago | reply

      Really like this - beautiful, simple...

    9. Apocaplops 83 months ago | reply

      welcome back Matt.

    10. 1Cher 83 months ago | reply

      Thanks for posting here! This is simply elegant!

      Thanks for posting this in the SLEEPING BEAR DUNES NATIONAL LAKESHORE (POOL)

      Just Beauty

      flickr.com/groups/sleepingbeardunes/

      Cheers,
      Cher

    11. farlane 83 months ago | reply

      Welcome ba-

      Make that "Sorry to see you go, come back soon!"

      Was great to meet you in person and to hear you speak about photography.

    12. Matt Callow 83 months ago | reply

      Thanks all!

      (Looking at the pic again now, I wish I'd placed the horizon dead centre, but hey, this is pinhole, what can you do? Crop? Pah.)

    13. akaiam 83 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous shot!
      Looks almost like the tops of mountains through clouds as seen from an airplane.
      And thanks for your kind comment on my shot.
      :)

    14. agthomas1212 83 months ago | reply

      Unearthly, like a Neil Gaiman landscape.

    15. j zorn 82 months ago | reply

      reminds me a little of Bill Schwab's work. great details and shades of black and white.

    16. m_ i_ n _o_ r 81 months ago | reply

      wonderful composition and mood! your photostream is really cool!

    17. farlane 80 months ago | reply

      Hey Matt, this photo appears on The rocks are looming ... but will anyone steer this ship of state? on Absolute Michigan.

      Thanks for adding to the group - I gotta say that we have had some WILD clouds and weather - make your next artist in residence be in the fall!!

    18. agahran 77 months ago | reply

      Thanks for making this great photo available via CC license. I just used it to illustrate this post:

      poynter.org/column.asp?id=31&aid=134972

      - Amy Gahran

    19. Grumpies 64 months ago | reply

      Beautiful pinhole photographs.

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