Now through September 10, 2017, is the super ambitious exhibition of the photography portfolio of The North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis.
This project is a 20 volume set that is essentially a comprehensive encyclopedia of the native tribes living in the regions of North America west of the Mississippi River.… CONTINUE READING
It felt more like browsing through a small neighborhood book store than getting lost in a big-box store. It was the first time for me to attend a comic-con and Muskegon's first time hosting. It was fun. I'm generally familiar with how a comic-con looks, but to jump into the mix was the best way to experience it.… CONTINUE READING
A gale warning is always the allure. Irresistible and dramatic. Lake Michigan always puts on a show.
Dramatic gales pound relentlessly against the South Breakwater Light in Muskegon at sunset
In this video, we enjoy the energy that draws an audience of spectators.… CONTINUE READING
This is something entirely different. Different for me anyway!
In the previous and now lost era of this blog, the year-in-review was simply a series of still photos, and occasionally a video of still photos. Well, this year is a video of videos.… CONTINUE READING
It's an old Picture Michigan tradition that was lost when the website blog went kaput a few years ago. The Year In Review returns with an upgrade.
In the past it was a combination of highlighting my photography and showing off my home state of Michigan.… CONTINUE READING
In the past month, while photographing around Muskegon, I captured some video clips and time-lapse video. Each of the four were posted on Facebook over the course of a month.
Here is a bundle of those four videos. Note that because it's a bundle, we role credits twice.… CONTINUE READING
I just didn't know what direction I wanted to go with this post. Originally it was going to be called The Evolution of Muskegon's Ice Caves. But they're so darn cool! I just want to share the cool pictures of them and drop the technical garbage!… CONTINUE READING
It's winter in West Michigan. We had a heinous storm last week with lots of wind. And a year ago about this time we had a similar storm with lots of wind. These storms churned up enough spray from Lake Michigan to coat the lights in Grand Haven and Muskegon with a thick blanket of ice.… CONTINUE READING
These are the Michigan's Top Ten Waterfalls. This is not a scientifically measured survey. It is according to me, Jon Jacobson. The list is not solid and may change tomorrow. Plus, there are not actually ten waterfalls here. Top Ten is simply impossible.… CONTINUE READING