Apple Shots #9: Appleton, Wisconsin Photography from 2004
Appleton in 2004 was another great year for the town and for my family. ere are a few more photos from Appleton and of Appleton's residents. These are all copyright 2004 by Jeff Lindsay. This is one of many Apple Shots pages: down on the left are links to others such as Apple Shots #6, Apple Shots #8, or Apple Shots #14.
One of my favorite photos: two young ladies examine flowers at the Appleton farmers market, Sept. 2004, on College Avenue.
A fine but seldom seen mural on the back of Heid's Music on College Avenue.
A self-portrait from a backstreet near downtown Appleton taken during Octoberfest, 2004.
Appleton East seniors graduate on June 3, 2004. Go Patriots! My son Daniel was among them.
Another Appleton water tower.
An inside view of balconies in Appleton's majestic Performing Arts Center (taken March 2004).
Another PAC view before the performance of a concert put on by East High School.
Many Hmong youth in Appleton are outstanding volleyball players (here my friend Lee Pao Vang is playing in a park in nearby Oshkosh).
Lee Pao spikes it!
Lawrence Chapel as viewed from the lobby of Harper Hall, Nov. 7, 2004.
Cellists at a Fox Valley Youth Symphony performance in Lawrence Chapel, Nov. 7, 2004. My son, Benjamin, is among them.
Gary Wolfman conducts the Fox Valley Youth Symphony before the backdrop of the impressive organ in the Lawrence Chapel.
Two mysterious women at a Halloween-related event in Appleton appear to threaten the photographer with improvised weapons. I didn't panic, fortunately, and took this shot (used with Christa's permission).