Exposure Detroit in Ann Arbor – June – July 2008

Fly by, photo by blind lemon larry. The Exposure.Detroit in Ann Arbor show opens this Friday (June 6) from 7-9 PM at Sweetwaters Cafe in Ann Arbor and continues through July and the Ann Arbor Art Fair. The theme of the show is “Michigan means ______ to me” and you can see the photos submitted … Continue reading Exposure Detroit in Ann Arbor – June – July 2008

Detroit … Exposure

Detroit, photo by JoeJoeSmoe. Five photographers will be at the Exposure.Detroit show next Friday. Only four had been featured on Michigan in Pictures and I couldn’t have that, so here’s one of my favorite photos from Joe Alisa aka JoeJoeSmoe. The photo is from fall of 2006 – be sure to check out Joe’s photography … Continue reading Detroit … Exposure

Tahquamenon Falls double exposure(detroit)

Upper Falls, photo by rckrawczykjr. Ralph recently returned from an autumn trip to the UP (slideshow). When I saw his double exposure of Tahquamenon’s Upper Falls, I knew I wasn’t going to be waiting any longer to give a shout out to the next Exposure.Detroit show. Exposure.Detroit Presents! When: November 9th 7pm-10pm Who: Cris Rea, … Continue reading Tahquamenon Falls double exposure(detroit)

Last look at Tiger Stadium?

Tiger Stadium, Detroit MI, photo by jnhkrawczyk Jill was one of 18 members of the Exposure.Detroit photo group that got a chance to tour the soon to be demolished Tiger Stadium last Friday. They brought back an amazingly collection of images. Some, with trees growing in the aisles and demolished seats are almost painful, but … Continue reading Last look at Tiger Stadium?

A sensible start for Michigan’s school year

Reflection, photo by rckrawczykjr. It’s the day after Labor Day and most school districts in Michigan are (quite sensibly) holding their first day of classes today thanks to a mighty fine bit of legislating that has Connecticut lamenting that there’s “something unnatural about sending children to school in August” and Ohio looking to follow suit. … Continue reading A sensible start for Michigan’s school year

Danny Lane’s sculpture ‘Borealis’ at the Renaissance Center

Reflective Distortion, photo by rckrawczykjr. Ralph writes: Detail of a glass wall within the entrance space of the Renaissance Center with a happy little cross process filter applied for good measure. The wall is part of the Danny Lane sculpture Borealis. As the Kinetic Curtain in Glass Magazine explains, Borealis is one of the largest … Continue reading Danny Lane’s sculpture ‘Borealis’ at the Renaissance Center