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Wisconsin has offered me the chance to snap photographs of things that touch me in some important way, a way important to me. A photographic image freezes a moment in time. Alfred Stieglitz, an American photographer who advocated photography as an art form, once said, “In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.”
This is my photographic gallery. These are my favorite photos. I am proud of these photos. They express my sentiments, my awareness, and, in some instances, my reverence about things Wisconsin. They enable me to touch Wisconsin, my way of making contact with it.
I hope you find something here that touches you.
The artistry of contour farming Down on Turner Valley Road Majesty in the Valley
“Horses make the landscape look beautiful” Ole Olson’s farm Red barn on Iwins Coulee Rd.
Blumenladen A stroll in the stream Above Holy Hill
Port Washington Fascinating Lift Bridge Raspberry Beach
Grafton Bikes Elkhart Lake Ledgestone Winery
Historic High Bridge Tucked in the corn on the ridge line There are some stories told here
Lazy cattle day North Pierhead Light Bayfleid Harbor
Rogers Street Fishing Village Grounds of Villa Louis Old Pabst Warehouses
Adamski Sugar Bush Modena Scene Broken Saddle Ranch
Cranberry Harvest Church in the Fields Genesee Depot
A good idea at the time Bring in the Harvest Old Army Blockhouse