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Photojournalist Ken Stewart's 29 Day Upper Great Lakes ROAD TRIP photographs are outstanding. As a self confessed 'gypsy' his passion for traveling around North America started at an early age, and has grown ever stronger now that he is semi retired, and has the time to wonder the 'back roads', in his camper truck, with camera in hand.
On this trip Ken circled the Upper Great Lakes of Michigan, Huron, and Superior, as well as Georgian Bay. In additon he took a side trip to the Lake-Of-The-Woods in far Northwest Ontario Canada. Ken's photo safari style was to search out subjects that would show readers the 'flavor' of the regions, the cities, and small towns, along his 4300 mile route.
Características y detalles
- Categoría Viajes
Apaisado estándar, 25×20 cm
- Fecha de publicación oct. 16, 2010
- Etiquetas Great Lakes, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Trans Canada Highway, Ouimet Canyon, Shores of Gitchee Goome, Terry Fox Monument, Richards Landing, Saint Joseph Island, French River, Perry Sound, marine railway, Big Chute, Ingliss Falls, THE STORM of 1913, Sturgeon Point, Bailey Schoolhouse, Traverse City, Sleeping Bear, Great Lakes Naval Memorial and Museum, The Submarine Silversides, Blue Star, Grand Haven, Mini Meet East, Granite Lake, Magpie scenic falls, Kakabeca Falls, Water falls, Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Dells, The High Ground, Lake Of The Woods, Provincial Parks, Tall Ships, Sault Saint. Marie, Sault St. Marie, Georgian Bay, The Soo, Thunder Bay, Amish, Swiss, Duluth, Kenora, Museum, Cord, Auburn, Indiana, Minnesota, Canada, Mackinac, Mackinaw, Wawa, Wisconsin, Ontario, Michigan, Huron, Superior, Wasaga, Midland, Chatsworth, Goderich, fireworks, Frankfort, M22, Dunes, Beaches, McLane, Silversides, Muskegon, scenic, Lighthouses, Lighthouse, Mini-Cooper, Mini, Kakabeca, rivers, barns, Berne, Mennonite
Ken Stewart has had a visual communications career that has spanned more than 48 years. His photographs have been published world-wide, in numerous newspapers, magazines and electronic media. Ken has recently undertaken a number of extended photographic road trip projects, throughout North America, publishing photos and stories to his websites as he travels.