I come from a huge city, I am use to having 2 major zoos and an aquarium. I have seen everything from dolphins to beluga whales to koala and giraffe. My new hometown has a zoo that you can probably walk through in 15 minutes if you take your time. Last year however something wonderful happened. Two Kodiak bear cubs were abandoned and rescued in Alaska and somehow our tiny zoo got together big companies with money to build a state of the art habitat for them….the kind of things the ‘big name’ zoos have. Their habitat includes two huge areas connected by a bridge that they can walk over and people can walk under. One has a small pool and the other has trees and grass and a huge swimming hole in good weather. As they were just lazing around the other day, my friend just took this one photo for me. But here they are, the stars of the Wildwood Park and Zoo….Munsey and Boda. They were named after two of the men who rescued them. Sometimes their IS a happy ending to stories 🙂
In my hometown in North Central Wisconsin, there is a person who has taken old scrap metal etc. and fashioned them into wonderful creatures. Most of these pieces are in a little place they have called Jurustic Park. However, they have donated many of the pieces to places in my hometown. My friend captured this wonderful dragon with an old phone…pre iPhone. This beauty lives on one of the main streets. I really love this dragon and hope you do too!
My friend took these photos of this pretty and helpful dog on on of his recent jobs in north central Wisconsin. This has to be the cutest farm helper ever!
This little sweetie was in a barn in Stratford, Wisconsin. My friend took it on one of his jobs 🙂
This photo was taken in the Marshfield, Wi. area by my friend with his iPhone. The fog had frozen on the trees creating this frosty tree.
Merry Christmas to all of you!
I am very proud of this photo taken in Marshfield, Wisconsin though I did not take the photo. The photo was taken by a good friend of mine. I am proud of it because on a whim I submitted it to a local weatherman’s Facebook page as he posts viewers photos on the weather portion of the news. A couple of hours after submitting it, he posted it on the 10pm news! In addition, it was posted on the station’s Facebook page where it got more likes than any other photo they have posted! My thanks to my friend for the use of his photo and once again….congrats on your photo being chosen for the news!
These are some of the light decorations at the local small zoo. These photos were taken from the drive through part of the zoo. Hope you enjoy and have a Merry Christmas and a great 2014!
Well here it is, the best of fall 2013 in Wisconsin. The weather this year made a rather dull one color wise but hopefully you have enjoyed the beauty that WAS to be found. I will see you when winter rolls into full force and there are some beautiful snow photos. Thanks for looking and thanks to the photographer!
I love a country road like this with no other vehicles so you have a moment to enjoy God’s beauty
A thing of beauty even if it hasn’t all of it’s leaves
These colors are absolutely gorgeous. I LOVE the reds in it
The crunch of leaves beneath ones feet and the smell of crisp autumn…mmmm
This is one of my very favorite photos. A fitting end to fall in Wisconsin 2013
More of the fall of 2013 in Wisconsin. Part 3 coming next week!
I really LOVE this photo…has an ethereal look to it!
I wonder if this lone colored tree was lonely for long
Somehow it doesn’t seem right to have snow and fall colors at the same time!
Barns and fall colors…two of my favorite things!