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Spring is here! Been having a blast.
It was time to dig my black backboard out of my backpack and start shooting some spring flowers!
Dells of the Eau Claire. Lighting got bad after a bit, but I noticed what appeared to be almost little rainbows where the water ran over the rocks, so I switched to abstract mode! Got some very cool designs "painted" by mother nature. I kept lots of these abstract photos!
Moose on the Gunflint Trail in MN. We found a marshy area that held moose and were lucky that whenever we went by it there was at least once moose in it. The bull we saw was a yearling, nothing with a little bigger rack developing. The photos with the dark background happened as the moose was in the shadows and the sun happened to light up the moose! Darkened the photo just a bit to help with the effect.
Recent trip around Lake Superior in MN and WI. One of my goals was to get a baby moose (see below) and the northern lights. No luck with the lights, but will go back sometime and try again. Lots of state parks in the MN section with many waterfalls. A very nice trip to take, but don't rush!
Coneflowers and water lilies. A couple of shots from the weekend. Was pretty bright before I got to shoot the water lilies. Photos are under exposed quite a bit to reduce glare on the flowers. Makes the water appear black - I kind of like it!
Not nature photography, but I took my camera to the fireworks on the 4th. I like some of the shots I got, so thought I would share some. If you are interested in these and don't see exactly what you like, I have dozens more!
Had a nice trip to northern MN. Spent the week near Bigfork. Weather wasn't always the most cooperative, but got some photos anyway. The water lilies were only out one day. Of course there were loons! I will be adding lots more of these loon photos under the loon gallery in the next few days.
A lot of wildflowers at Horicon Marsh. Will have to pay more attention to that next summer. Decided to take some night shots at the Wisconsin State Fair.
The sandhill cranes near our cabin have started to group up. I spent two early mornings trying to get some good photos of the sandhills, when a pair of whooping cranes landed relatively close to my truck and provided me with some nice photos.
My favorite time of the year! I love the colors. These photos were taken in Langlade County, WI. The rest of the state seems to be a little behind them, so I am hoping to get two more weekends of fall color photography!
These fall photos were taken in or along the Pike River in Kenosha, WI.
November in Wisconsin. Earth tones of the oak woods and undergrowth. Also found some birches with some leaves that were still hanging on as winter gets ready to set in.