Lake Fanny Hooe–Two Boats
Fave photo and first photo taken on our Copper Country trip. This was on Thursday August 14th just before sunset. I head toward the Fort and stopped to walk down one of the platform stairs and stumbled across a camper’s boats.
As I stated the trip had a strong affect on me–this shot speaks of stillness, duality, and letting oneself drift with time. Notice the spill of rope floating on water. That suggests trust. Roots and water. Nourished. Adventure. The orange sensual and electric. The horizon faded and unknown. Come, come down the stairs and drift away. Discover your edges. Stretch past your contours.
Posted on August 19, 2008, in Contours, Magic Lands and tagged Copper Country, Fort Wilkins East Campground, Self Discovery, Still Water, Upper Peninsula Photography. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.