Midwest Life

by Kim November. 14, 2007 3756 views

In Wisconsin there are about three colors that are predominant in wild flowers–purple, white and yellow. I was told the reason is that our soil is made up of a lot of clay and sand. I live in middle of the state where it is very flat. In prehistoric days the glaciers moved in and flattened us out creating ridges and hills around us.

We have an abundance of wildlife. I have seen Bald Eagles within walking distance, Osprey hawks (this one nests at the dam), deer, fox, wolves, turkey, quail and bear. There is also an abundance of walleyes in our streams and rivers.

Lovely marsh flowers growing along the banks of the Wisconsin River.

The canoe path to the river.

A Red Admiral.

One of the main staples coming out of Wisconsin is cheese. It all starts here. They are huddling because it was going to rain.

This is a lovely weed which was growing by the train tracks which carry the logs to the Paper Mill. They grow without petals.

Lake Petenwell–Wisconsin's second largest body of water.

The corn season is over. All the stalks are dried out. I had to hold my nose when I took this picture because it smelled so bad! The perils of photography!!:)

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Francesco 13 years, 4 months ago

That Butterfly !!!
Vanessa Atalanta or Vulcano
[url=http://www.flickr.com/photos/francko76/1139873822/]Here's my Butterfly, it's the same one !!![/url]
Nice set !!!

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Myke 13 years, 4 months ago

Wow! You have great eyes! 7# is so similiar, you right! :) My favorit in this set the 8th very cool the half white and half black background!Great work!

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Jack 13 years, 5 months ago

i like the idea of a canoe path. i bet it is beautiful in the spring when trees form a canopy.

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Sherij 13 years, 5 months ago

Very nice... Very cool.... The corn shot is great!! I love to snap Osprey's as well they are a very large bird and have quite the wing span!!

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