How about a shot of tequila for Cinco de Mayo? Now I will fully admit I don’t celebrate the 5th of May.
This quiet stream is at the Shalom Wildlife Sanctuary in West Bend, Wisconsin. My family and I spent the day there exploring
One of the challenges of shooting Spring flowers is trying to create something unique so that the blossom stands out from the millions of other flower photographs that out there.
It’s finally Spring here in Wisconsin. It’s still cold, but the flowers are out. Yay!! Time to shoot flowers and find things with color!
A line of tiny raindrops sit atop a green leaf against a backdrop of vibrant, verdant green after an early May rain shower.
My mind was a creative zero today. Nothing. Nil. Nada. Zilch. Zip.
The Honeywell Tilt-A-Mite articulated vintage flash gun, circa late 1950s. Another one of the many vintage camera accessories I have
I call this image “Moonrise on the Water” for obvious reasons. However, what you may not realize, is this image started out as a colorful sunset
This is the Kodak Brownie 8mm Movie Camera II. I found it at a second hand store a couple of years ago in Madison, Wisconsin.