Michael McCasland

Michael McCasland

Warner Robins, United States

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In life, we are all cameras, clicking and capturing images in our minds. Here I have used my cameras and these images along with a few words to show how I view our world in my limited space. The eclectic views are from the United States including Hawaii. Currently living in the Southeast and traveling through South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. These areas offer a treasure chest of jewels and folk art to photograph.

My Images Do Not Belong To The Public Domain. All images and writing are copyright © Michael J. McCasland. All Rights Reserved. Copying, altering, displaying or redistribution of any of these images without written permission from the artist is strictly prohibited.

  • Joined: September 2008


"gator's eye" has been featured by the Urbex- Urban Explorers All Over The World

“gator’s eye” / Thank you Michele for this selection.
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Diners, Drive-ins and Other Roadside Attractions Group featured "summer nights"!!!

This is very exciting for me and a real honor. I shot these pictures at two different amusement parks in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. One park was the old park with the rides from our youth, one from a new park (it had a air-conditioned car farris wheel how the times have changed)) and the fire works were over a tourist mall that has rides and many bars and layered them for this. / Thank you s…
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My first feature with the “Accidental Images (hidden pictures)” Group

”conversation” has the honor of being featured! / This really makes a very good day for me. / A very special thanks to Host, Susana.
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My first feature with the “Tell It Like It Is” Group

”A1” has the honor of being featured! / This makes it worth setting up within 2 feet of this fellow in the swamp, those mosquitos, watching its tail and keeping an eye on the river also just feet away. / Thanks to Sylvia, “JUSTSTART”, Jacqueline “VampVamp” and DionNelson for finally teaching me how to put the picture in posts. / A very special thanks to Host, Maree Carndinale.
Posted over 2 years – 4 comments