The Annual Birds in Art Show
This year's "Birds in Art" opened on September 8 and is running through November 25, 2018 at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum (LYWAM) in Wausau.
If you love birds and like to see them portrayed in different media, you won't regret visiting this event, which really is Wisconsin's love affaire with birds. You will see and enjoy all kinds of birds in all kinds of places and situations around the world, by artists who want to share their love for birds with you.
The annual Birds in Art show, initiated in the 1970's, is also the Museum's most prestigious show.
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It looks simple, but it is not that easy to do. With zooming in or out, you do not see what your are getting and you have to rely on your feeling - - that you have zoomed in or out at the right speed.
For better viewing, please click on the pic.
Flowers in the Rain at Night
It was forecast to rain all day. Not a drop fell. But when I was getting ready to shoot some night pictures, it suddenly started to drizzle. After a few minutes I had to rescue my flowers and go inside.
Say it with flowers: Enjoy this colorful fall season!
Miller Park At 65 Miles Per Hour
Miller Park was on my list of places to see. But I suspected that we probably would not have enough time for it.
So I was glad to find that a couple of shots from the car when driving into Milwaukee had turned out -- at 65 mph. I was not the driver.
Window of Opportunity
Artists have their blown glass works exhibited in the compartmental windows facing the lake, an opportunity to become noticed by the public..
Who? What? Where?
One particular piece in the glass exhibit at the a Calatrava that caught my attention.
Returning To Harbor
A tourist ship offering a grand view of the Milwaukee skyline to its passengers is returning to harbor.
My hibiscus puts out new flowers every day. From a distance, the five foot tall plant shines like a Christmas tree with orange ornaments.
From Her Garden
When my friend comes for a casual visit, she brings flowers from her garden: Cosmos and Zinnias.