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U. P. MICHIGAN

Upper Peninsula Michigan, Color n Black n White Scenery
by Gary St. Martin - $12.99
450 Original Photos 20 Video's
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Winner of 2017 eLite Award:
eLit Award
The Hiawatha National Forest encompasses 894,836-acre of National Forest in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The forest has over 100 miles of shoreline and is divided into two sections, the The Hiawatha National Forest contains six designated wilderness areas

Scenery Photo's and Video from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan:
The Upper Peninsula is the northern of the two major land masses that make up the U.S. State of Michigan.
The Upper Peninsula contains 29% of the land area of Michigan but just 3% of its total population. Residents are frequently called Yoopers and have a strong regional identity.
The first known inhabitants of the UP were tribes speaking Algonquian languages. Early tribes included the Menominee, Nocquet, and the Mishinimaki. The French were probably the first European to visit the peninsula.

PORTRAITS

Portraits
Real People Portraits| In Development
by Gary St. Martin| $33.99
Original 400+ Photos
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Real People in real situations.
is a collection of photos inspired by living through the 60s. 1969 - 1982
I photographed people around me Real People in Real Situation over a 14 year period.

I never used artificial lighting, no flash, no reflectors, no fill, no bounce, just natural light.

Some of the photos are portriats of people over time, some photos were friends, some I had relationships with, some just past by moment to moment. Some inspired me, some made me laugh, some are life long friendships and some disappointed me. But in the vain of reality, so it goes. cest la vie = That's Life...

BEACH ART

Beach Art Photos
by Gary St. Martin - Free
Original Photos
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216 Original Photos compiled from my beach walks along I. B. - Imperial Beach is the most southern beach city in Southern California and the West Coast of the United States. It is in the South Bay area of San Diego County, 14.1 miles south of downtown San Diego and 5 miles northwest of downtown Tijuana, Mexico.

Founded in June 1887, the city takes its name from Imperial County, California, a desert climate 100 miles east. Farmers and land owners from the Imperial Valley came to the area in the late 1880s seeking cooler weather during summer months.