We had the pleasure of spending a few days with our grandson (and his parents). That’s grandma Sara’s hand expertly wielding the spoon.
As you can see, he was an eager eater. This kid can pack away the oatmeal. Just look at the size of that bowl. He ate it all!
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A number of people waited near the lighthouse, at the end of the long, Kewaunee, WI pier, to watch the full moon rise above Lake Michigan.
This was an August full moon. The small lights you see on the horizon are fishing boats out on the lake. I took this photo from the beach with a large zoom lens.
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As autumn winds down and winter approaches, even the ferns lose their lush, green color in the northeast Wisconsin forests.
On a hike through the woods at Potawatomi State Park, near Sturgeon Bay on Wisconsin’s Door County peninsula, I spotted this colorful collection of leaves resting on a fading bracken fern.
The interesting pattern and contrasting colors seemed worth of a shutter snap.
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They don’t make ‘em like this anymore. Who wouldn’t love the stylish and extravagant front grill and bumper of this classic American automobile – the Buick Eight.
Every May, Algoma, WI hosts a classic car show downtown. I usually snap a few photos and grab a brat from the firefighter’s food stand.
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These tulips have long past, but their memory lives on in digital form. Long live the tulips!
As you can see from the cropped, color image of this same stand of tulips on the right, they were two-toned in color – not your typical red or yellow. Ironically, I thought the unique, contrasting colors made them good candidates for a monochrome treatment.
To me, the detail in the petals are much more interesting in a higher contrast B&W. In fact, I think this would make an impressive, large print. May have to do that.
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