I might have been foiled again, but I still found some fall color!
Another day in another forest, this time the largest in Wisconsin. It covers over 1.5 million acres in the northwoods, but it is not all contiguous. Originally it was two separate preserves - the Chequamegon (west) at 858,400 acres and the Nicolet (east) at 661,400. Both were established in the 1930s and merged into one... Continue Reading →
Often overlooked in the presence of more colorful foliage, I take a closer look at oaks and all their glory.
Do you feel a little guilty if you don't go for fall photos? I do too, but I'm trying to get over it.
While the season is by no means over, the peak color is draining rapidly. A storm came through yesterday that probably knocked a lot of leaves off the trees and so I was even more glad to have gotten out in the days before. Because of my health issue, my fall season was in jeopardy... Continue Reading →