Same boat, a little less scary. A little more scenic. I like this one more, but it is not as fun.
I saw this ferocious shadow on the side of this boat. It looks like there are sharks in lake Wingra.
Just another wonderful sunrise in downtown Madison. Gotta love this place.
A neighbor, his 5-year old daughter, my 5-year old son, and I went fishing today in a rowboat. What a time we all had. It made me think back to my trip last fall to the Boudary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. This was taken on a narrow lake 3-days into the journey. May have been boot lake. Its hard to make out at this resolution, but there is a beaver crossing in the deep shadows in the center of the shot.
A shot of our beautiful capital building at 4am this morning. This is the pride and joy of Madison and symbolizes a proud, beautiful and strong State, city and people. Go Badgers!
I don't do black and white shots. This was pretty much the shot on color slide film. It was a foggy day at Big Surr CA. on the other side of this shot was a 300ft cliff to the Pacific Ocean.
I have departed from the brick theme and will now link using a 'Stairs' theme. This is another shot from the Savannah trip.
Same type of brick from yesterday. I like how the stairs divide the shot.
I love the brick on this shot.
Spooky house in Savannah GA. We visited this wonderful city last fall and loved it.
Lake Wingra in Madison. A beautiful beginning of the day!
Yahara River Into Lake Monona.
Lake Monona on the East Side of Madison.
This was shot in the middle of the City of Madison. The UW arboretum has more than trees and bushes. I saw 4 big Tom wild turkies strutting their stuff the other morning as well!
Madison is the state capital and the capital building is very photogenic.
UW Madison Union Terrace. One of the best places in the US to drink a beer. View of lake and atmoshpere of campus is truly a special combo.
Shots from Madison, Wisconsin. This is where my family and I call home. We love this town!
A shot into a shop window. I love the jestor in the back of the shot.
I love the bullet hole in the door. This car was not abandoned, but parked on Bourbon St. It was amazing. I have a few shots of it that I will post soon.
This adds a bit of the current flavor of the town. The lipstick on this maniquin (sp?) made me stop and look twice.
While the shutters to this home were green and weathered, I think I was even more so from the previous nights jubilations on this crazy street.
A friendly New Orleans local saying hello.
This is actually my test trying to get a blog up and running. I will attempt to post as often as I can just to see how this whole thing works. I hope you enjoy what you see.