About the Contributor
Jeremy Dick is a physics major from the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan, but his heart will ever live in the woods and wilderness of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. One of his many and diverse hobbies is photographing landscape, especially that of Northern Michigan and the Great Lakes region.
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"Black Hole Forest,"
Cedarville Review: Vol. 15, Article 18.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.cedarville.edu/cedarvillereview/vol15/iss1/18
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