Goodbye Hedgerow – Pulaski, Michigan
A sad sight – lots of farms in south central Michigan are removing their hedgerows. The reason is probably straight economics, since the tree line limits a farm’s arable land.
But still: hedgerows are what makes my country road commute so lovely, each and every season. Now there are just flat fields from horizon to horizon.
Canon TV – Ann Arbor, Michigan
Winding Through Winter – Concord, Michigan
Welcome Year Zero – Grass Lake, Michigan
Thanks to my urbexing pal @sethingtons-creations for the quick portrait. Check out my interview with him – he does good work!
Frosty Morning: Surviving – Albion, Michigan
Running and Running – Horton, Michigan
Hard and Sharp – Albion, Michigan
Wishing It Away – Albion, Michigan
Dawn Treader – Albion, Michigan
Hand In Hand – South Haven, Michigan
One of my proudest moments in photography. Winner of many, many, many things.