An arbor straddles a sidewalk.  This is a threeway.

Muskegon Michigan!! :-o

Among Tim Kiser's albums



  • In western Michigan, ah, the stream "Black Creek."

    These sure were some attractive plantlife areas this sweet watery thing had alongside it. ----------------------- In Fruitport Charter Township in Muskegon County, Michigan, on May 28th, 2013, Black Creek as viewed from the south side of the Musketawa T…

  • Rusted fire escape on a chipped-paint façade, in back of a gravel pile.

    The fire escape and chipped paint are more interesting to look at, but the gravel pile has a story: It used to be huge!, but men and women pilfered from it by the shovelful over the course of several years. ----------------------- In downtown Muskegon,…

  • White art.

    I interpret this as being about the artist being a star (famous celebrity) and wishing he could disappear up into a cloud, sometimes. The fish have died for lack of water. There are no wrong answers. The bed of gravel reminds me of a salt-and-pepper-mous…


  • A view toward "Terrace Plaza" from the intersection of Market and Jefferson in downtown Muskegon.

    The lamppost-style streetight makes me want to feel elegant as I stroll the area. The pigmented concrete shapes are of the same kind that young people walk upon in cities, toward cafés and gallery openings. "Terrace Plaza" yonder was erected in 1978 and…

  • No I did not know, but had I been asked I probably would have guessed yes.

    Moreover, had I been told to guess the names of five cities where there is paintball, there's a good chance Muskegon would have been one of my five guesses. But no, I didn't know it for certain. ----------------------- In downtown Muskegon, Michigan, o…

  • Gravel-strewn sidewalks and green lights for wide streets with no cars.

    5:20 p.m. on a weekday, downtown, this was my kind of place. ----------------------- In downtown Muskegon, Michigan, on May 28th, 2013, a view toward 1st Street from the north side of West Webster Avenue. ----------------------- Library of Congress cl…


  • An arbor straddles a sidewalk. This is a threeway.

    In Muskegon, Michigan, on May 28th, 2013, along Beach Street in Pere Marquette Park. ----------------------- Library of Congress classification ideas: TE280 Sidewalks—United States—Pictorial works. F572.A18 Beaches—Michigan—Pictorial works. F553 Beaches…

  • Sand and pavement trouble.

    This area would be as dramatically beauteous as any of the world's other famous tourism dunescapes were it not for the municipal taxdollars of the city of Muskegon -— which is not a rich town! — being put towards the constant maintenance of paved-road acc…

  • Parking lot landscape.

    I assumed I would never see my car again. I took a last look, then turned and walked into the sand. ----------------------- In Muskegon State Park in Laketon Township, Michigan, on October 18th, 2014. ----------------------- Library of Congress classi…


  • Barren trees amid the windy grasses of a LAKESHORE DUNE.

    For millennia, the high winds of LAKE TORNADOES have been sucking up sands from the bottom of Lake Michigan, carrying them through the air, and depositing them here. ----------------------- In Muskegon State Park in Laketon Township, Michigan, on Octobe…

  • Mid-October grasses & trees of a North American Great Lakes dune.

    The U.S. needs more areas of Wild Grass. It makes for good scenery. ----------------------- In Muskegon State Park in Laketon Township, Michigan, on October 18th, 2014. ----------------------- Library of Congress classification ideas: GB634 Sand dunes…

  • Dune grasses area of Lake Michigan shorescape.

    Jump in and roll around; wallow. There are no hidden hazards: no rotting carcasses, nor dirty diapers, nor venomous snakes. Just grass and sand. ----------------------- In Muskegon State Park in Laketon Township, Michigan, on October 18th, 2014. ------…