Through the Looking Glass
The Milwaukee Art Museum. This is the main atrium window, looking out onto Lake Michigan.
The wings of the art museum in Milwaukee.
This invasive species often cover the beaches along Lake Michigan.
A calm lake.
The tower at the Mequon Nature Preserve under the moon.
Harley-Fest is a common event during 'Summer-Fest,' an annual summer-time celebration.
A lit-up motor that put Harley-Davidson Motorcycles on the map.
The Rushing Waters
A pebble beach of Lake Michigan.
The left side of the photo is in focus, the right side is not.
A party takes place in the atrium of the Milwaukee Art Museum.
A reflection in a lake in Washington County, WI.
A Noway Spruce forest in Wisconsin.
One of a number of Plensa statues situated across north america. There is another photo of a different Plensa at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts, taken in the Boston album..
A Damselfly taken at Horicon Marsh. It is the largest freshwater marsh in the country.
Horicon Marsh Monarch
Monarch Butterflies travel directly through Wisconsin on their north-south migrations from Canada to Mexico.
Known to some as the 'Hidden Place,' Hubbard Park is a riverside park in Shorewood, just outside of Milwaukee.
Big Bay Park is part of Milwaukee's acclaimed park system. It is located in Whitefish Bay.
The lake is rough as a storm comes through town.
The fog is all encompassing in the marina
A colorful Sumac forest holds the bluff together
A lady bug prepares for the cooling weather alone and on a feather.
Fall Colors at Lion's Den Gorge
Northern White Cedar scales turn orange when they fall off their trees.