Welcome to one way I share my photography hobby. With a nod to Margaret Wolfe Hungerford who said, Beauty is in the Eye of The Beholder, my goal is to take pictures that have feeling. My hope is that the viewer will perhaps connect with a photo or two on some level. Click on the image to view it in a larger size on a separate page.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

September Photos

Recently, I brought my camera gear along on a motorcycle ride.  Along the way I found a few stops I considered to be photo-worthy.  The first few pics were taken in Welch MN.  I hope you enjoy the pics.

1958 Chevy - Pauly, this one's for you.

Corn - Lots and lots of corn.  And sky.  And clouds.  And...  some more corn.

This was taken in Hammond MN, a small town along the Zumbro River just north of Rochester.  Several homes in this area were flooded a couple years ago and remain vacant and condemned.  This particular home had a strange feel to it, and I've tried to reflect that feeling in my shot.  As my good friend Steve T. says, "I was here, and it felt like this." I couldn't help but think about the folks who used to live here and the good times they probably had in their home.

The garage behind that home.

Barn located east of Plum City WI

Gratuitous shot of my bike parked in front of the abandoned 1854 Hotel Denniston House in Cassville WI.  I found this during a recent 630 mile motorcycle ride that proved to me once again that I am a very poor estimator as to when I will be home from a ride.

Pollen-harvesting bee at the sunflower in my yard.

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