I love being able to see the structure of bare trees in the winter time. It’s almost like seeing an x-ray of their bones.
Continue reading The bones of trees
I can’t resist taking pictures of the tree in the Capitol at Christmastime.
Continue reading Christmas in the Capitol
I’ve noticed the sun setting along the railroad tracks at the corner of Fair Oaks and Thurber avenues before, and wished I had my camera. It happened to be in the car when I drove by today.
Continue reading All lines lead to downtown
If the milkweed plant were human, would it let the wind carry away all of its hopes and dreams so easily?
When I was driving to Minneapolis a couple of weeks ago, I stopped at the rest area along I-94 near Black River Falls, to stretch my legs a bit and check out the trail there that leads to a scenic overlook.
Continue reading Treetop walkway
This week, my beloved Wisconsin began the process of collecting signatures to recall Governor Walker. A recall rally was held at the Capitol today and I couldn’t pass up the chance to go.
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A reminder of warmer times, and a warning of the cold that is to come.
While I was at Picnic Point last weekend, I came across a section of woods that was completely yellow.
Continue reading Forest of yellow