Royal Oak, Michigan, photo by paulhitz. Be sure to check Paul’s photo out bigger and see more of Royal Oak photos in his slideshow. You can also check out about 400 more Royal Oak photos from the Absolute Michigan pool. On their History page, the City of Royal Oak explains that: In 1819, Michigan Gov. … Continue reading Royal Oak, Michigan
Minong Mine, photo by nasunto. Nina went to Isle Royale in September and has been posting accounts on her awesome blog Black Coffee at Sunrise. This photo of Minong Mine appears in Day Five, which features a detailed description of their encounter with a pack of wolves: Since the vegetation along the narrow trail was … Continue reading Hiking Isle Royale: Trails, Wolves and Minong Mine
ZombieDay, photo by cpcaines The Annual Grand Rapids Zombie Dash bills itself as the most terrifying night race in the world. Much as in the forthcoming zombie apocalypse, participants are divided into 2 classes, hardy survivors who will run a 5k for their lives a 5k, and members of the zombie horde who will attempt to … Continue reading Zombies love Michigan Blood
Fireworks!, photo by Craig – S My definition of a free society is a society where it is safe to be unpopular. ~Adlai Stevenson, speech in Detroit, 1952 The safety to be unpopular is a freedom we don’t always think of, but something we might well consider. It strikes me that in our relentless drive … Continue reading Freedom, Fireworks and the Fourth!
People meet Bear, photo by FHGVZEhyde. The Freep had a feature this week on Google adding the Detroit Zoo to their Street View this week. Street View is feature of Google Maps that presents 360-degree views of locations, allowing you to explore through your computer. Normally, they use a car for the photos – sometimes … Continue reading People meet Bear, Detroit Zoo meet Google
powered by the sun, photo by Lou Peeples The November show for the Exposure.Detroit photography group opens next Saturday (November 12) at 7 P.M. at the Bean & Leaf Cafe in Royal Oak. The show features the work of Lou Peeples and four more talented photographers: Kim Kozlowski, Sharon Foster-Lanzetta, Tim White and Mary Jo Boughton. Definitely check the show and Exposure.Detroit out if … Continue reading Exposure Detroit November Show
Summer Fun……, photo by smiles7 Look out! The end of summer is crashing over the breakwall, and about 1.2 million Michiganders are hitting the road for Labor Day Weekend. If you’re one of them (or even if you’re not), you might want to check out Pure Michigan’s Labor Day Weekend page. Lots of fun stuff … Continue reading Wave Goodbye to Summer!
A Hundred Views of Woodward, photo by Terri Light Photo – Detroit. The January Exposure Detroit Show is a group project titled Woodward Avenue: Mile by Mile. The show explores the architecture, people and energy on Woodward Avenue from its start at Michigan Avenue to where it ends in Pontiac through the lenses of a … Continue reading Woodward Avenue: Mile by Mile | Exposure.Detroit January Show
urban velvet, photo by Jon DeBoer. The May Exposure.Detroit exhibit opening party takes place on Saturday, Saturday, May 15th from 7-10 PM at the Bean & Leaf Cafe in Royal Oak and features the work of these 5 talented photographers: Jon DeBoer (who also designed this poster) Michelle & Chris Gerard Anna Lysa Derek Farr … Continue reading Exposure.Detroit May Exhibit Opening ~ May 15th
looking out, photo by neubauerphotography. The EXPOSURE.Detroit photography group opens their February Photography Exhibit on Saturday, February 6th, 2010 from 7-10 PM at the Bean & Leaf Cafe in Royal Oak. The exhibit will feature the work of five talented photographers: Jesse Speelman Chris Hardy Tafari Stevenson-Howard Mike Neubauer Patti Margarita Mike says that he loves … Continue reading Lightning Strikes Again: Exposure.Detroit February Show