Capture of the Day: Michael Knapstein

The moment I first saw Michael Knapstein’s “Midwest Memoir” series, I felt as if I’d been transported back to a place I hold dear and know well, but is made entirely new through his stunning images. Michael’s work is featured in the current issue of Adore Noir magazine. In the interview, he says, “This is a very personal body of work for me. It is an … Continue reading Capture of the Day: Michael Knapstein

If the stars should appear

“If the stars should appear one night in a thousand years, how would men believe and adore; and preserve for many generations the remembrance of the city of God which had been shown! But every night come out these envoys of beauty, and light the universe with their admonishing smile.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson On Thanksgiving night last November, I sat for hours in a Wisconsin … Continue reading If the stars should appear

Open Roads & Tilting Barns

As much as I enjoy exploring spectacular urban places, I also love gritty rural communities, left-behind junked cars, and the sound of wind blowing through cracked barn walls. And moonsets over hay bales that nobody sees except for me and a few truckers on a long stretch of highway. ‪#‎landscapes‬ ‪#‎wisconsin‬ ‪#‎Saskatchewan‬ ‪#‎travel‬ ‪#‎photography‬ Photos from rural Wisconsin, Tygh Valley, Oregon and Saskatchewan, Canada. Continue reading Open Roads & Tilting Barns