Chief by Brett Gorzalski on Capture Wisconsin // My grandparents old horse Chief out looking for the last bits of grass in yesterdays snow.
Ventured out to Chequamegon Waters Flowage last night to view the meteor shower and the milky way. Had some cloud cover and mix of clear skies through the night. It was a long drive from the twin cities but was well worth it!
Cotton Tops by wendy chapman on Capture Wisconsin // Can you guess? These cotton balls are actually the ice covered footings of a long gone pier. They are now completely covered undered the ice bergs that have taken over the shoreline.
A flash of lightening turns night into day revealing an alien looking cloud. This June 2008 storm was responsible for the flooding in Wisconsin Dells and throughout central Wisconsin. Metadata: Date: June Time: PM, Lens: Nikon Exposure: 1 sec.
Discover why winter is better in Middleton. With seven relaxing hotels, more than 80 delicious restaurants and the area’s finest shopping, Middleton is a winter destination.
January 24, 2018 (024/365) "Over-preparation is the foe of inspiration." ~ Napoleon Bonaparte. Anyone who knows me is well aware that I am a planner. Even when it comes to taking pictures, I look at the calendar and the weather to determine what I might photograph each day, week, and month. Ideally, Project 365 should be spontaneous and I try to take photos everyday, but during winter in Wisconsin, when I often go to work and come home it the dark, a little planning seems necessary.