Log! It's log! It's big, it's heavy, it's wood.
More houses left alone and empty, a wish they could talk and an idea of how they might be given voice.
Whether abandoned or still in use, Wisconsin abounds in barns. Images and processing techniques for these iconic structures.
When I lived in NH, I photographed old cemeteries lot. They're some of my favorite places and you could hardly go a mile without passing one, complete with stone walls, some gorgeous gates and mausoleums. Alas, Wisconsin only became a state in 1848 and so consequently not many are old enough to have the same artistry, charm... Continue Reading →
How they're longing for some color. Even more than usual for this time of year. See, we've basically had a snowless winter. It hasn't snowed with accumulation since Halloween. The extended brown stick season has sapped my enthusiasm and induced the need for color in a big way. So, without further ado - See what... Continue Reading →