A pair of Mallards rest in the midst of the gigantic snow event in northeast Wisconsin.
The pelican statue is lucky it stands a safe distance from the ice shove along the Green Bay shore.
A sure sign of spring is when the humble shoots bloom.
If you are a Packer’s fan and don’t mind looking foolish you religiously wear your cheesehead while cheering on the team.
The Lombardi trophy is candid acknowledgement of supreme achievement that can cause the most macho recipients to tremble.
Bang and Blend:
This vintage Hooker header gathers the combustion bangs and exhaust gases from each of the four cylinders of our ’58 TR3 and blends them together into a delightfully raucous cacophony. We hope to get our freshly rebuilt engine back into its engine bay before summer.
Alike and Fast:
The footballs displayed in the Packer Hall of Fame are all alike, but Brett’s traveled fastest.
We found this old, patinated work truck rusting away in the foreground of a plowed, even field. We liked the various textures offered and were especially interested in the broken window which we placed in the bottom right third intersection. The horizon falls on the top third line.
In 1937 boats on Lake Winnebago approaching the central western shore just north of Oshkosh from the east were expected to depend on the Asylum Point lighthouse for safe passage. The WPA project was rejected by the Dept. of Transportation and was never lit. In 2007 the lighthouse was restored.
“The Farm,” a popular Door County attraction, is closed for the season so the recent snow fall remains pristine and unmarked by man or beast.
Window washers toil alongside a high rise while an elevated city worker takes down holiday decorations.
Depth of Field, Farm and Time:
This Door County farm barn has evolved into a winery gallery through the passage of time.
The dashboard on our Mazda indicates 9 F. The clock on St. Joe’s steeple Indicates 4:50 PM, early evening at the Appleton PAC. Numb fingers set the Nikon’s dials and the photo is taken, hopefully achieving the desired DOF “evening circle.”
We photographed a walker through the center of a circle of an armrest as she walked through the lobby of Appleton’s City Center. We only show you her boots; you have to imagine the rest of her.
Vintage American iron joined the fray in the prewar class.
Allard on the track.
Allard was also a featured marque at the Festival.
The XJR-5 easily took over the lead and maintained first place.
After starting at the end of the pack in the Jaguar feature race, the XJR-5 quickly worked its way to vie for the lead out of Canada Corner and into Thunder Valley.
Special guest of honor Bob Tullius shared his Group 44 racing experiences with his Jaguar XJR-5 in the background.
A Rolls Royce crashed the Jaguar concours.
The Vintage Sports Car Driver’s Association Fall Festival featured the Jaguar Clubs of North America’s Challenge and Concours.
“Happy trails to you, until we meet again.
Happy trails to you, keep smilin’ until then.”