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Spent a couple days photographing the trumpeter swans at Monticello, MN. Not the thousands that were supposed to be there due to warmer weather, but still plenty to take photos of.
A few photos from this summer - 2015
Loons at Hatch Lake in northern Minnesota.
Spring flowers. I use my macro lens the most during this time of the year.
I have been finding too many of my photos on other websites without my permission. As a result I am now placing my © on all new photos I post. I don't think it will distract your viewing of the photo; however, I hope it does discourage people from trying to steal my photos.
Some photos from my 2015 Badlands Loop Tour. Started at Theodore Roosevelt National Park in ND, then to Custer State Park in SD and finally to Badlands National Park in SD.
Fall colors have gotten off to a very slow start this year in WI. Spent the first few days of October driving the northern tier counties in search of color. It should have been at peak, but it was not; hence some of the abstract photos to keep me occupied. We went back north the following weekend and as you can tell we sure hit peak that weekend!
Some early season snow photos from southeast Wisconsin.
Winter storm photos from southern Minnesota. Also some fresh snow pictures from WI as well as some hoar frost photos. We haven't had much snow here in SE Wisconsin, but it seems like I am sure getting a good number of snow photos this year! I like winter photography almost as much as fall photography.
These photos were taken in Central Wisconsin following a pretty good snowfall.
In March of 2016 I had a conference in Las Vegas, NV. Since Valley of Fire State Park is only about 45 minutes north of there, I couldn't resist the temptation of spending some time in the park. While the whole park is an awesome place, I decided to focus on the north end of the park, which I consider to be the most colorful. These photos are from the Crazy Hill, Pink Canyon and Fire Wave areas.
I planned my spring trip to Great Smokey Mountain National Park to coincide with the dogwood bloom. They did not disappoint! There were plenty of other wildflowers in bloom as well. This place was a photographer's dream.