Black stone, white sea

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I live in the middle of the woods in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Next to Lake Superior's cold shores. I love to blog.
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16 Responses to Black stone, white sea

  1. holessence says:

    Okay – reel me in. I’m captivated – hook, line, and sinker. I love black and white photography. I love the ocean. I love these photographs.

    • Kathy says:

      Well, it really isn’t the ocean… it’s Lake Superior. I wonder if a lake can technically be called a sea? I am inspired to try black and white photography again. Haven’t done that in a while. (By the way, Laurie, you sound like a fish! lol!)

  2. Black Rocks? A Marquette day?
    Miss you, even though you are here all the time. Just missing responding.
    Hope you are well. Love these photos.
    S
    PS Thank you for that odd creature photo you sent me a while back. Feels like I will be discovering all sorts of unfinished things on my desk for a month or two. xoxo

    • Kathy says:

      Gosh, I am SO far behind in commenting due these power outages! Hello, Suzi! It is good to hear from you… Now I am wondering WHAT odd creature photo I sent you. Glad you enjoyed–whatever it is. 🙂

  3. P.j. grath says:

    Look at that last image. See the curved horizon? Amazing how water sticks to a ball and doesn’t just drip off!

  4. Susan D says:

    Love b & w photos. These are captivating. I want to see them poster size. Thank you for sharing them…..

  5. Carol says:

    So reminds me of some of the beaches we walked last week. Beautiful photos! Some things, like these, are just so striking in black and white, but I am so hung up on color I have a problem removing it.

    • Kathy says:

      Carol, I know what you mean. I almost hated to make these black & white because the blue in the photos looked interesting, too. Interesting that our beaches looked similar.

  6. Robin says:

    Beautiful images. Sometimes, in its simplicity, black & white says more than a color image.

    Looks like the lake is really churning!

    • Kathy says:

      Robin, I thought that lake was churning on Saturday. But it was nothing compared to the way the lake churned when this storm hit. (I read somewhere they were predicting 20 foot seas out there…)

  7. Cindy Lou says:

    Love, love, love the black and white! It really does look like the ocean in these shots…..is it the Black Rocks on Presque Isle? One of my favoritist places when I was @ Northern – jumped off them many a time!

    • Kathy says:

      Yes indeed, Cindy Lou. The Black Rocks on Presque Isle. (didn’t know their name.) I can just see you jumping in off them. Yep, can see you doing that.

  8. Dawn says:

    I was thinking Eagle River?

    • Kathy says:

      Nope, not Eagle River. I was down Marquette-way last weekend. Just think how it must have looked up there in Eagle River yesterday and today! Awesome, don’t you think?

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