Inc. presents a selected collection of photography
A note from the photographer:
Fine Art Images
(Purchased photographs will not have color borders or copyright notice)
"Glen L. Swetman"
Replica of the second working oyster schooner. The two schooners often race against each other and provide cruises for visitors and schooner lovers.
"Deer Island Shrimpers"
Two shrimp boats shrimping by Deer Island on a rainy day.
"Mike Sekul Schooner"
One of two replicas of a working oyster schooner from the last century owned by the Seafood Museum..
The Rising Angel and other shrimp boats sit quietly in the Biloxi Small Craft Harbor
"Pass Christian Harbor"
This 2005 photograph shows the Pass Christian Harbor full of shrimp boats.
1895 Cottage on the Town Green that served as Biloxi's Tourist Center that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
"Ghost Ship in Fog"
Remains of the old Treasure Bay Gaming Barge destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.
Front view of the Cottage on the Town Green
Lighthouse with now gone Danzler House in the background, and a magnolia tree in bloom.
Biloxi Lighthouse with a magnolia for magnolia lovers. The magnolia tree on the lawn of the Danzler House is probably gone now, along with the house.
This original shoo-fly on the Biloxi Town Green was on the lower western corner of the Town Green. Hurricane Katrina destroyed it. A new one was constructed by Extreme Makeover Home Edition TV Program on a tree that was behind the Cottage.
"Church of the Redeemer"
The Church of the Redeemer and the Bell Tower as they were before Hurricane Katrina destroyed both.
The C&S train approaches Bay Saint Louis over the Bay from the east - sepia finish. These same tracks were portrayed in the movie, This Property is Condemned.
Pelican perching on a piling in resting position on a gray, cloudy day on the Back Bay.
This pelican with his golden head seems to be master of the universe.
Sea oats blow in the breeze on a sand dune on Biloxi Beach.
A lone Great White Egret sits off shore in the Mississippi Sound.
All images are printed on archival Premium Luster paper on a professional printer with archival inks rated to last 100 years. Sizes range from 8 X 10 for most images to 13 X 19 (not including mats). Larger sizes available by special order. Rights of use are available.
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This page created January 1, 2005,
Updated April 24, 2006, 4/11/10.