From Wisconsin’s Natural Bridge State Park.
While out on a hike, I noticed a feather on the trail and picked it up. From some kind of sparrow maybe?
As I walked along the trail carrying the feather, I pondered how much of its existence was spent flying through the air. When I got to the trail’s observation tower, I thought it would be appropriate to put the feather back in the sky where it belonged (well, as high as I could place it). So I left it perched on the railing of the tower.
I spent some time out in the country yesterday, and the autumn colors were pretty incredible (even with the sun being obscured by clouds most of the day).Continue reading Autumn in the country
As early as 900 A.D., native peoples carved petroglyphs and pictographs into the sandstone at Roche-A-Cri State Park. You will also find carvings from people of European descent (as well as few pieces of modern graffiti).