Early Fall Potawatomi State Park
Early fall morning on top of the Potawatomi State Park tower in Sturgeon Bay Door County, Wisconsin.
Climb the tall tower and you feel like you are on top of the world with a bird’s eye view.
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Belgian Brick by Brick
As part of my heritage I have found great pleasure in asking questions and seeking properties that still house some of the first settlers homes. I was on my way to Sugar Creek last week and decided to reshoot this old Belgian brick home and outbuilding.
Happy as a Clam at Sugar Creek
Last Thursday afternoon I got a text from my husband asking if I had plans for the night. He was asked to go walleye fishing after work. I replied, nope. No plans, but go I’ll make some now. It was a very warm day and we had an extreme amount of rain earlier in the week, so I knew the creeks would be running. Late in the day makes a wonderful time to play in the water happy as a clam with a tripod and camera.
Jacquelyn Nicole Tugboat Sturgeon Bay
The Jacquelyn Nicole Tugboat docked along the bay in Sturgeon Bay. The historic Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin steel bridge and Bay Ship makes up the background of the photo.
Tugboats line the shores between the two bridges in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. You never know what tugs or large ships will be passing through. The Jacquelyn Nicole is about to embark on another venture on Lake Michigan.
Good Morning Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin
Spent Saturday getting my fill of three counties. What a day! Just got done uploading pics from the camera. Pictured is the Sturgeon Bay Lighthouse in Door County. Good Morning Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin I could wake up for a sunrise like this every morning.
Ice Formation Photography
Spent the day on the ice with my husband. The plan was to visit Sherwood Point Lighthouse and partake in some ice formation photography. The avid fisherman that he is, begs me monthly to go out with him ice fishing weekly. I have ventured out with him, selectively.
Fred A Busse Chicago Fire Boat
The retired Fred A Busse Chicago Fire Boat found a home in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin as a tour boat. Visitors can board the Fire Boat at the city dock and get a water view of Sturgeon Bay sites. Visitors can see the ships along Bay Ship Building and cruise through the canal and view the Sherwood Point Lighthouse, Sturgeon Bay Lighthouse and Coast Guard Station.
Toft Point for an Afternoon Hike
Greetings! Hope I find you well. Today, was an interesting day for me. I got a chance to drag my husband out to Toft Point for an afternoon hike. A break from the normal and sometimes boring walking trails that I walk. Truth be told; right now there is not a whole lot going on where I walk. I’m rather bored with the day to day walks.
Door County Anderson Dock
Door County Anderson Dock is located in a quaint little village of Ephraim, Wisconsin. Ephraim was founded as a Moravian religious community. The steeples of the Ephraim Moravian Church and the Free Evangelical Lutheran Church-Bethania Scandinavian Evangelical Lutheran Congregation are the landmarks of the village. Up until 2016 Ephraim was the only dry municipality in the state of Wisconsin.
The Stavkirke Church is a place for spiritual meditation and worship. It is both a replica and a tribute to Washington Island’s Scandinavian heritage. Built in 1991, the church was modeled after a stave in Borgun, Norway. The funds were raised by Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church.
White Star Psychic Church Brussels Wisconsin
Today’s topic is going to be a little different. Something I normally wouldn’t write about, nor would I endorse. And, SOME may even call me a little crazy for exploring; The White Star Psychic Church Brussels Wisconsin. But life is about experiences. Sometimes, walking in someone else’s shoes helps to understand and relate to someone else. We need this in life. Who knows, you may even gain knowledge, understanding, peace and even comfort in an unlikely place. Like this church has done for me.
Robert La Salle County Park Door County
We were going to meet up with a friend of ours in Door County. We were about two hours ahead of him because he was held up at work. My husband decided we should stop off at Robert La Salle County Park Door County and I could search for July Wisconsin Wildflowers along the shoreline.
Endangered Dwarf Lake Iris Wildflower
The endangered Dwarf Lake Iris wildflower is a miniature iris that grows nowhere else in the world but in the Great Lakes Region. It is especially concentrated along certain stretches of the Great Lakes shoreline.
Found Only In
• Manitoulin Island and the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario
• The Door Peninsula of Wisconsin.
Where Was It Photographed:
This dwarf iris was photographed in Door County last summer. The Door County peninsula, on the lakeside, grow this iris during the late spring and early summer. I love to go and hunt them down.
If I ever get around to getting my old photo files from previous computer (the hard drive is completely dead) I will upload additional pictures. If not, there is always hunting them down next year.
Visit to Sturgeon Bay Lighthouse
Today calls for a visit to Sturgeon Bay lighthouse and the guys hunting grounds.
My best friend’s mother passed away two weeks ago, on Monday. A high school friend, last week. Then, I read something on Facebook and it triggered a whole world of thought. Of course, a healthy dose of photography therapy was needed.
I took a ride up to Door County, Wisconsin a few weeks back to take in the sights of the cherry blossoms blooming. We liked the fact the peninsula was a little less of a hustle and bustle during the spring. It gives you a chance to spend some peaceful moments with the surroundings, before the busy summer crowd invades the peninsula.