Boltonville Winter Sunset by John C Burzynski on Capture Wisconsin // I took this picture as I was heading home from Boltonville last Sunday. I wasn't planning on it, but I noticed the sun peaking out from behind the barn and could not resist.
Foggy Old Courthouse by John C Burzynski on Capture Wisconsin // One of my favorite local buildings to photograph is the old Washington County Courthouse - now a museum. It is a superb example of Romanesque Revival Architecture. A walk past on a foggy night is like a trip back in time.
Earth, Stone, and Sky by Noel Anderson on Capture Wisconsin // Part of the Stone Farmstead Ruins at Half-Way Prairie Wildlife Area near the Town of Berry, Dane County, WI. Directly across the road from Indian Lake Park and the 1857 Chapel on a hill overlooking the Lake, Saint Mary's of the Oaks Location Map Here: danedocs.countyof... Click on Image for Better Viewing Canon 6D, Tamron 15-30 VC SP
Ready for Halloween by Paul ( & Lisa ) schultz on Capture Wisconsin // I'm always on the look for new photo ops. I've been trying to get a good spot to photograph a pumpkin patch. I tried last night with no luck but had better luck tonight. I got home just in time for the Packer Game. Gotta love fall!
Jack Pine Frosted by Karin Frisque on Capture Wisconsin // After a moist day followed by sinking temperatures at night, trees and bushes were coated white with frost the next morning. For a better viewing, please click on the pic.
Sea Cave 5 by David Lemke on Capture Wisconsin // This photograph was made along the mainland shore of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. This is the same area many of us saw as ice caves from a few winters past. Please click the pic for better viewing and thanks for looking.
Tracks to the Sun by Nick Bristol on Capture Wisconsin // I made this picture last November on the railroad tracks at Lone Rock. I was hoping for a little color in the sky and it really turned out being better than I thought it would. I first figured out my comp while just holding the camera, then set the camera up on my tripod and after careful manual focusing I held a 2 stop grad filter in front of the lens to hold the sky and get a little more exposure on the foreground and tracks. It was...
"On The Wings of a Butterfly" by Monica Hall on Capture Wisconsin // Always love to see swallowtail butterflies as they gracefully fitter from flower to flower. Up, down and side to side they go with no rhyme nor reason to their flight plan either. I am amazed how fast the days of summer or flying by and looking forward to seeing those beautiful butterfly moths...
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