Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Nature Photography Feature - Steve Brimm

A friend of ours, Steve Brimm, is a wonderful nature photographer. He really has an eye for a good shot, as well as the patience to wait for the right time. He runs a small gallery in Copper Harbor, MI, which is part of Upper Peninsula Michigan. Although I have never visited, his images make me feel like I have. He has done features on the NC Coast, where we are located, as well as all points in between while he travels. These images would look fantastic in one of our Barn Wood Frames, and would be the perfect rustic touch to add to your room. Winters can be long & these images can brighten up your rustic space by evoking the illusion of a window in an otherwise dark space.

You can support Steve Brimm by purchasing prints directly from his website or by visiting his gallery in Copper Harbor, MI. All of the images below are property of Steve Brimm and should not be printed or copied without his permission.

Here are a few of my favorites!

This one was taken just a couple of weeks ago. I love the colors and the cloud shadows 
on the mountains. Simply Beautiful!

This photo features a unique perspective of the moon reflected in a small puddle on a mountain.

This one is from Steve's adventures sailing the Florida Keys. Love the sail boat "skeletons".

Interesting focus of a wildflower. Would bring color & life to your rustic decor.

Who wouldn't want to walk on this path. This one is from Isle Royale National Park. 
I like how the sun has managed to peak through to the ground in the forest. Lovely!

What a majestic sunset! This would be the perfect addition to your walls, to bring color 
and life to your cabin decorations.

Aurora Borealis - aka The Northern Lights. I have got to see this in person someday!

This is a Cross Fox. The cross fox is a partially melanistic colour variant of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes) which has a long dark stripe running down its back, intersecting another stripe to form a cross over the shoulders. It tends to be more abundant in northern regions. It is less common than a red fox, but more common than the elusive silver fox. (definition from wikipedia)

What an AMAZING shot! Love the contrast of the colors.

And - here's Steve Brimm, the photographer is photographed in very close proximity to a moose. This was taken at Isle Royale National Park. 

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