This weekend, I took a little trip to Forest County, Wisconsin. We stayed at a beautiful little cabin at the Camp 20 Cabins property. It’s a wonderful place to stay and I’d suggest it to anyone looking for a quiet getaway. I snapped dozens of photos and thought I’d share a few with you.
Here are some shots of stunning Lake Lucerne in Crandon, WI. The sun was starting to set and it was flat-out beautiful.
Oh and we saw the most American thing ever…. a bald eagle!
Today in Green Bay, we got a tad more snow. That reminded me that I never shared this collection of Houdini photos I shot several weeks ago. He loves running around out in the country. There’s snow. There’s squirrels. The best part for him is that he gets to run free without a leash. Here are my favorites from that afternoon:
The Green Bay Botanical Gardens center is the home of thousands upon thousands of beautiful flowers. It is also the home of a dozen or so Poke-Stops. They are well aware of their allure to the craze known as Pokemon Go, so they opted to drop some Pokemon lures for several hours on the afternoon of July 19. I decided that was too good of an offer since my NWTC student ID grants me free admission. I gathered some Pokemon items, caught a few new creatures, and snapped some photos with my camera. Here they are…
This week we shot wildlife. We went to the Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve in Suamico, Wisconsin. We didn’t see much this week, but we did get to see some adorable geese. Here’s a look at them!