Old piers and landscape photography just go together. It's hard to pass up any pier and not shoot it, because of the contrasting elements of the weathered, distressed wood on a backdrop of beautiful water. Most images you see are taken with a dramatic sunset or sunrise but when I came across this pier in the middle of the day I just loved the Zen-like quality of the composition with the empty water reflecting a cloudless, empty sky. The architecture really showcases the uniqueness and meandering of the construction and

lends itself to a characteristic all its own.


When you come across such a pier like this, you never know how much longer it will last. You always want to go back again and again, during different seasons, to capture the many personalities it takes on throughout each year. Time will only tell what's in store for the future of this particular configuration but the sereneness of this image, and the first time I discovered it, will always be special to me.




Sizes - 10x30, 14x38, 20x60, 26x80



Not to exceed 99 total prints

Thirty (30) Artist’s Proofs numbered “x of 30”

Sixty-nine (69) Limited Editions numbered “x of 69”


The Fine Art Landscape Photography of Jaysun McMillin