My husband’s grandparents bought a cabin in Lewiston, a former logging town in Northern Michigan in the 1950’s. The cabin seems to have changed little since then—there is no internet, no television, just East Twin Lake, books, lawn chairs and an old radio. Our five weeks spent at the lake in the summer of 2017 provided me the time to let my mind wander and recharge. To reconnect with my love of photography and to meditate on the light and my surroundings as they appeared in black and white.
The images seen here are 120 film scans. They will be printed as 11×14” silver gelatin prints for a faculty exhibition at Georgia College in 2018.