Bruce W. Maki is a photographer and naturalist. His interest in landscape photography was sparked as a young geologist observing, and studying natural features of the environment. Much of Bruce’s work is within the Great Lakes area. His studio Juniper Hill Garret, is where photograph post-production, printing, and framing takes place. It is located in a converted chicken coop on a Victorian-age farm in Emerson Township, Michigan. Bruce lives near the town of Ithaca in the lower peninsula, and on the Stonington peninsula in the Upper peninsula of Michigan.
Bruce's photography attempts to capture not just the beauty found within the natural, and the man-altered environment, but also creates images that spark the emotion within. Loneliness and isolation are common themes, as well as strength, hope, and joy. The images are true scenes; the content has not been altered. Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org