Sunday Stroll in the Gallery is a feature to bring new eyes to artists. Welcome to the Gallery and enjoy the view. Let’s meet John Macdonald.
John Macdonald is a photographer which specializes in the natural beauty of the Upper Michigan area. From scenic buildings to majestic sunsets, he captures the vivid colors of Michigan in his photographs. John has provided the link to read his 178 photo book for free at https://storycartel.com/books/a-michigan-photo-presentation-second-edition. The book presents waterfalls, sunsets, Great Lakes ships, Architecture and more all from the state of Michigan.
As you stroll through his photographs, remember that he has over 150 more for your viewing pleasure available.
Welcome to the Gallery:
Presque Isle sunset, Marquette, Michigan
Westland, Michigan tulips
Marquette County, Michigan
Beaumont Building Michigan State University
Mackinaw Bridge in December
If you are an artist and want to share your artwork, photographs, pottery, modern sculpture. comic or anime, then contact me here. I’ve brought Sunday Stroll in the Gallery over to The Page Turner and welcome new, upcoming, established artists that want to have their work seen. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
to learn how.
Sunday Stroll in the Gallery is a feature to bring new eyes to artists. Welcome to the Gallery and enjoy the view. Let’s meet Kyra Lyra.
My name is Kyra Leary and I live visually. I am not a professional photographer. I snap on impulse, capturing whatever pleases my eye or makes my heart skip a beat. In my world, a sunset is a sunset not a “colorful spectacle of light and hope”. It’s a photo and if it’s done right, it needs no description. All my nondescript photography can be viewed at www.kyraleary.com
In addition to photography, I am the author of the Earth No. 105 series by Ame Terra. The series is a mix of science fiction, dystopian, paranormal romance. In short, a mutt. A lovable mix with something for everyone. Want to see the lovable mix for yourself? Everything Earth No. 105 can be found at https://kyraleary.com/www-whoisleader-com/
In additional to photography and writing, I enjoy traveling, reading Indie novels, spoiling my son and dog and splurging on expensive wine. Read my “weird and witty” book reviews at https://kyraleary.com/book-reviews/
Time to enter the Gallery:
All my photos are free to Indie authors to use as they wish – marketing, promotions, covers or simply for inspiration. A listing of some that might inspire can be found at https://kyraleary.com/photo-listato/ but Indies can request any photo I’ve posted anywhere by shooting me an email at email@example.com.
Here’s some other places I hang out:
If you are an artist and want to share your artwork, photographs, pottery, modern sculpture. comic or anime, then contact me here. I’ve brought Sunday Stroll in the Gallery over to The Page Turner and welcome new, upcoming, established artists that want to have their work seen. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn how.
Wpa Buildings: Architecture and Art of the New Deal by Joseph Maresca
- Hardcover: 160 pages
- Publisher: Schiffer; 1 edition (February 15, 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0764352113
- ISBN-13: 978-0764352119
My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
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michigan! a photo presentation by John MacDonald
- Print Length: 106 pages
- Publisher: john macdonald (February 9, 2016)
- Publication Date: February 9, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01BMPH0GI
My rating: ♥♥♥♥♥
What a stunning way to see the colors and diversity of the Upper Penninsula and other parts of Michigan. I enjoyed the photos of the bridges and the autumn colors especially. What a vivid collection of photographs. There was at least one photo on each page and there were plenty of views of the Great lakes.
With one section dedicated to presenting the scenes in black and white and that too was just so artistic. Each section outshone the other. Breathtaking colors, skies, waterways and animals fill the pages.
This book of photographs by professional photographer, John MacDonald is a lovely way to see the beauty that Michigan has to offer. With several sections to delight the eyes, with black and white, color photos and natural scenes, it is over one hundred pages of beauty. Even photos of the ore docks and the ore tankers looks so stunning on the smooth water.
There is a lovely section that has flowers and waterfalls, my favorite was the section on the historic buildings and landmarks. With plenty of sunsets and wildlife shots that fill the screen with color and natural beauty. Then we have the bridge and the ore transporting photos. You can also visit the photographer’s photography website and view or purchase from his collection.
Where to find: Michigan! A Photo Presentation:
You can find this photography expose in paperback and in Kindle on Amazon and Barnes and Noble using the links below.
| Amazon.com | KindleUnlimited | Barnes and Noble | Ebay |
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Historic Rural Churches of Georgia by Sonny Seals
Hardcover: 432 pages
Publisher: University of Georgia Press (September 1, 2016)
My Rating: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
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