When you give something a second look, it can appear to be amazingly different. What if it is angry first and later quiet? Or, if it radiates beauty and upon a second glance, induces fear? How do we feel about something that appears to be controllable one day, yet can destroy on another? What if it is in a state of constant transformation and changes its color every day? Lake Colors was a year-long project documenting Lake Michigan from a single vantage point in Kenilworth, Illinois, about 15 miles north of Chicago. In total, there were 106 photo sessions during the course of the year, which began on May 5, 2011 and concluded on May 4, 2012.