More Favorite Photos, Compiled in 2010
2010 has been far too busy, but I've finally begun compilinig some new favorite photos. This album includes shots from 2010 and a couple others from the past couple of years.
Sunset on Little Lake Butte des Morts, the lake formed as the waters of Lake Winnebago narrow to form the Fox River that flows through my beautiful town of Appleton, Wisconsin. This beautiful lake is one of my favorite places in the Fox Valley. I drive over it almost every day. The photo was taken from the Menasha shore at the 9th Street boat access area, south of the Highway 441 bridge across the lake. Photo taken on a magical evening in Sept. 2009.
Witnesses: Symbolism found in some trees in Neenah, Wisconsin near the original Plexus building close to Highway 41. Dec. 2009.
Action shot of a knight riding at high speed on a horse in a competition between knights at Medieval Times, Chicago (Schaumburg), March 2010.
Headlight of a van, shot in our church parking lot, Neenah, Wisconsin, Feb. 2010.
Headlight of an automobile.
The Fox River as viewed from the shore at the lower end of Telulah Park in Appleton, July 2009.
Hoar frost on a Queen Anne's Lace plant in a field near my home in Appleton, Wisconsin. Jan. 2010.
Milkweed in a field near my home, after a morning frost, Jan. 2010.
A door in downtown Appleton on the back side of a College Avenue shop.
Looking down a pipe.
Another frosty milkweed plant from the same shoot as the previous photo.
One more frosted milkweed plant.
A strange wooden head serves as playground equipment in Menominee park, Oshkosh. This is a photo of a relative of mine.
Rusty rebar protruding from a wall on a building in secluded alley in downtown Appleton, Wisconsin.
Another frosty Queen Anne's Lace plant, Jan. 2010.
An old car still waiting for repairs in Fond du Lac, summer 2009. Must be a government-run car care clinic.
Woman preparing meat at a meat shop in Barcelona's central market, March 2009.
Ornament in a Fox Valley cemetary, July 2009.
Tracks by a building in southern Neenah, Wisconsin.