I saw this church steeple just above the tree line on the bluffs. It overlooks the small town of Sister Bay in Door County, Wisconsin.
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Love the shape of this plant. If I were shooting it again, I’d be a bit more careful with the depth of field, and get the bottom leaf sharper, but I was mostly attracted to the splindly star shape in the center.
Fiddleheads (ferns) in the Olbrich Botanical Gardens. I’ve always wished real fiddleheads were planted around this sculpture. A fiddlehead amidst a lot of little, green fiddleheads.
Three seats across.
Two pilots. Ah, at least the two pilots made it easier for me to board this plane.
I was expecting. . . bigger?
On one of the first warm days of spring, these college kids had a great time jumping up and down at the end of the pier.
We visited Sinsinawa Mounds, the mother house for the Sinsinawa Dominicans, a religious order founded for women in 1847 and located in southwest Wisconsin. There are many buildings on the property that are more than a century old. I also saw this tiny structure, nearly hidden in a red maple. Though not as old as the buildings surrounding it, it looks like it’s been hanging in this Red Maple for a long time. I thought it was abandoned, but when I zoomed in on the photograph later, I could see bits of a nest.
So what’s inside? Old nesting material or new for this season’s baby birds?
This office building in Madison has a relief sculpture of climbers on it’s facade. I always wonder if it’s representative of climbing the corporate ladder or climbing up the side of a wilderness mountain.