Through The Looking Glass
Great Lake Michigan is viewable from the main atrium of the Milwaukee Art Museum.
During the winter, the lakeshore in Milwaukee has tendency to freeze. During a mild thaw, this piece of ice broke away and drifted a few feet.
Plensa at Atwater Park
Foggy Big Bay
The fog at Big Bay Park beach allows for only a few-hundred-yards of visibility as a storm moves through the area.
Lion's Den Gorge
The snow and ice melt off a 100' bluff near Milwaukee increased the flow near lake-level flowing into Lake Michigan.
A Sugar Maple den at Mequon Nature Preserve in Wisconsin.
Tower View Color
The view from the top of Lapham Peak Tower. This is the highest elevation between the Mississippi River east to the Appalchian Mountains. It became the home of the first weather station for Chicago, for storms coming west to east.
A Red Sugar Maple tree dances in the fall breeze.
The South Wing
of the Milwaukee Art Museum
Norway Spruce Den
Milwaukee Art Museum
Party on at the art museum, overlooking the lake at night.
High Bush Cranberry
Frozen, High Bush Cranberries hang, covered in snow at Schlitz Audubon Nature Center.
White Picket Fence
A white fence covered in snow.
A Screech Owl sits in a hollow in a tree.
Tree Swallows discuss their parenthood at Horicon Marsh.
This swallow's bow-tie is affixed for his function tonight.
Spotted Leopard Frog
This is a composite of 3 photographs of a Spotted Leopard Frog
Turtles on a Log
Painted Turtles congregate on a log at Horicon Marsh.