Apple Shots #18: More Photos from Appleton, WI, 2010-2011
Appleton and the Fox Valley offer many interesting scenes and events. Here are some photos from the Appleton area, mostly from 2010 and 2011. This is one of many Apple Shots pages: down on the left are links to others such as Apple Shots #2, Apple Shots #6, or Apple Shots #12. For photos from other realms, check out Friends and Strangers I, Friends and Strangers II, and More Photos of Friends.
Mural being painted in downtown Appleton, 2010, for the Fire, an art studio.
Appleton gives you the green light to move up in life.
Religion is an important part of life in Appleton and Wisconsin generally. Speaking of religion, here is a statue in front of the temple called Lambeau Field (in the Appleton suburb of Green Bay), honoring Saint Vincent of Lombardi, one of football's great pattron saints. The halo is courtesy of Miller Beer and their oval sign on the stadium itself.
RHere is a statue in front of the temple called Lambeau Field honoring Saint Curly Lambeau, another of football's pattron saints. The halo is courtesy of Miller Beer and their oval sign on the stadium itself.
Scene from Dallas Anderson's Playing in the Rain sculpture, Neenah, 2009.
Flowers from a Menasha cemetery near Highway 41, 2009
A girl statue from Dallas Anderson's Playing in the Rain sculpture, Neenah, 2009.
Dallas Anderson's Playing in the Rain sculpture, Neenah, 2009.
The harbor at Riverside Park in Neenah, 2009.
Greek Orthodox activity at Pierce Park, Neenah, 2009. Overexposed view of some icons and artwork inside a pavilion.
Marching girl in a Flag Day parade, 2009.
Two flag girls in a Flag Day parade, Appleton, 2009.
The famous red shuttle bus provided by Lamers in downtown Appleton, captured June 13, 2009.
English Lutheran Church, winter 2011.
View of College Appleton in downtown Appleton, winter 2011."
View of a bridge across a street at Lawrence University, Jan. 2011. ">