A couple weeks ago we took a couple days to check out The Electric Forest festival in Rothbury, MI. It was interesting and probably would have been more fun had it not been for the heat, nowhere to shower, and no relief from the sun in the campsite. Maybe next year. [portfolio_slideshow id=2202]
Do you ever really look at things? You see a rusty car hood leaning up against an old barn and consider it junk, but if you look at it just right, it becomes much more. I love to study things that most folks would give a second look, and I love textures; especially old, weathered... View Article
This gallery contains a bunch of images of buildings, objects and places taken in Stresa, Italy; London, England; Salisbury, England; Sturgis, SD and others. [portfolio_slideshow size=large] More images from my recent travels and collections coming soon.
A variety of things I found interesting while out and about. Photos from Sturgis, SD; Devil’s Tower, Wyoming; ice storm in Michigan; Lake Superior; Murren, Switzerland; Stresa, Italy; and a variety of images from local parks around Clarkston, MI. ©HolterDesign
A batch of random images from our last trip to Sturgis, SD. Some bikes, some people, some places and other stuff.
Motorcycle Graveyard War Machines
Just recently I came across another neat little app for the iPhone that I think is worth sharing. The app is called “Project 365”. It’s basically a calendar that allows you to add a photo and comments for each day. It doesn’t sound like much based on my simplified description, but it really is a... View Article
This is a sample of the latest batch of Vector Textures from my most recent trip to Chicago. I spent 80% of my time shooting manhole covers, storm drain grates, and other utility service portals. Some would say I’m nuts. I say maybe. Whatever. Anyway, I’ve cleaned up and saved this little group just for... View Article
I’m always telling my friends & family about apps/software that I’ve found, or maybe a cool new way to set up FTP folders for sharing files. I always try to convince them that it’s easy, no problem, but always get the same roll of the eyes and the “haven’t had time to try it yet”,... View Article