Art is all around us; we just have to be open to seeing it in unexpected places. The top ridge of a seawall in Monroe, Michigan has rusted and much of the paint has peeled off over the years. As I was walking on the beach below the wall, I noticed a face that appeared to be looking at me in the peeled paint. I also noticed that the face seemed to be surrounded by flames. With my camera on a tripod, I made this six-second exposure of the fiery face. F22 at 6 seconds, ISO 100, 70-200mm lens at 105mm

Faces in the Fire

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