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Photos taken at Island Lake in Ontario, Canada. We stopped at Seney National Wildlife Refuge on the way to take photos of the tumpeter swans and on the way home stopped at Tequamenon Falls, bot the Michigan's UP.
Island Lake Loons. The loons appeared to be particularly cooperative this year!
Spent Labor Day weekend at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Decided to take the tour boat, but did it later in the afternoon to maximize the sun on the cliffs. I think it worked! We have been to this area several times and each time I find something new to photograph.
Wisconsin Fall Colors! The colors were very vibrant this year, but the leaves seemed to fade and fall quickly. I think I did okay though!
Couple of recent photos. Lake Michigan really got stirred up by the storm along the east coast.
On our way to Yellowstone we happened to arrive at the Badlands at sunrise. Was pleased to see there was snow on the formations.
Winter in Yellowstone. These are just a couple of the photos I took on our recent trip to Yellowstone. To see more of these photos go to the Winter in Yellowstone Gallery.
We are supposed to get a snowstorm in the next couple days, but the divers have started appearing in the Kenosha harbor. Dreary weekend, but I did get some nice lighting on the Redheads.
I drive by these aspens regularly. Decided to try and make photo of them. I sort of like the abstract feel. The Kenosha harbor is still pretty busy with ducks starting to migrate through. The mergansers and golden-eyes are busy doing courting displays.
Nature's Art - These are the colors forming on the ice as it begins to thaw at Goose Pool at Necedah Wildlife Refuge. Almost makes you think you are at Yellowstone!
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!