First I want to thank Nevaeh in Tennessee. This talented tween who is new to photography has allowed me to have and edit her photos. Thanks, Nevaeh and keep up the good work!
I love this….thoughts of some child who is blessed to have a home in the county and to have their very own swing!
Gorgeous tree in Nevaeh’s area
I think this one is my favorite. Makes me think of some happy child with their very own tree to climb in!
Beautiful pop of the red berries amongst the brown maple leaves!
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My friend took this photo on his property a week or so ago. No violent weather came of it…just some very gusty winds, small hail and heavy rain. I find these clouds fascinating…as long as severe weather doesn’t come of them!
Yes, I’m late with this post. To be honest, I was tired of looking at snow here and didn’t want to even look at photos of it for the blog here! But, I said I’d be back with the third part so here I am. Next time we meet it will be after the all of the snow has melted and life has returned to the frozen tundra also known as Wisconsin! Enjoy and see you when spring actually makes an appearance here!
This photo sums up why I didn’t want to look at snow photos!!!
This is better! A beautiful photo of a snow covered tree
I can’t deny this stand of snow covered pines is pretty… because it is!
I love this one. Snow but not white wherever you look. I like the view and the fact that some hope of spring is showing
Finally, I leave you with more hope for spring. Such pretty green trees…this time without snow on them at all. I leave you with this view of winter trying hard to turn to spring. Not an easy task when you live in snow country.
I hope you have enjoyed winter in photos and I will see you sometime in the spring! Thanks for looking!!!
This is High Cliff State park in the Appleton, Wisconsin area. They have many paths and routes to take and all are beautiful. Here are some of the things we saw.
These are the Lime Stone Kiln Ruins which are pretty neat!
This is lime that is still in the park.
One of my favorite photos of the water trickling down the rocks
This bridge is on the Butterfly Pond trail. Really pretty when you cross it and see all the vegetation