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The Dock in Black and White
The Dock on Emerson Lake, 5/27/07

Today’s photo is from a place that I hold very dear in my heart. Every summer I spend a little time on this small lake in Walhalla, Michigan.

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12 Comments

  1. Beautiful rendition in black & white! I spend many early mornings on a similar dock in Quebec and can almost feel the heavy mist looking at your image.

  2. Got to love a placed called Walhalla. 🙂

    Such a peaceful scene. I can hear the “silence”.

  3. Thank you Julie.

    Scott – I love saying Walhalla, and spelling it out loud is fun too!

  4. WOW! B&W adds drama! 😉

  5. This is absolutely beautiful Barrie. I agree with Aries that the b/w effect adds drama and depth to the shot.

  6. Michelle and Aries – thanks so much! I like the black and white version of this shot alot. I have just started to play with black and white. It really changes the way a photo feels.

  7. Wow sums it up. Gorgeous.

  8. The contrast in this image is stunning. The black and white adds emphasis to the dock and the fog. How did you capture the fog?

  9. I spend time there to every year! I just love Country Critters Cafe!

  10. Alyssa – That’s amazing! I wouldn’t expect anyone to know where Walhalla is!

  11. Stunning! Lovely ‘Walalla’. This photo brings back some good memories. It also drapes me in an aura of calm, which can be in such contrast to the amazing amount of activity that occurs behind where you were standing. If I could purchase a framed copy, please let me know.

  12. Thanks Derryn! It just so happens that this photo is for sale in my online gallery at Imagekind. Here’s a direct link: http://www.imagekind.com/Showartwork.aspx?IMID=949934a4-895d-40b8-b57c-d332ed4c69e5&P=1


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