Should I study today when I could do it tomorrow? Should I change majors, again?
Photographed in front of the famous Red Gym on the UW-Madison campus.
Beautiful In Blue
I love Cardinal red and Oriole orange, but it is hard to beat Bluebird blue.
"As soon as I get this knot untied, we'll cast off."
The 1848 Building
The 1848 Building is named in honor of the year in which the University of Wisconsin Madison opened, but "1848" is also the street address. The gleaming, aluminum-composite building was designed by Kenton Peters, a UW graduate.
We might expect some snow on a cactus in Arizona, but only in a unique ecosystem can we see this in Wisconsin. This prickly-pear cactus, and dozens more like it, grow in the arid soil of the Oak Barrens State Natural Area
Waiting Out Winter
Mother Nature has thrown a lot at these feathered friends this Winter. But survive they do and someday soon it will be Spring.
Best viewed on black background.
This is an animal, like the badger, that we just don't see very often. It was a treat coming across this cute little thing.
The Governor's Christmas Tree
This was photographed while on a public tour of the Governor's Mansion. The mirror is on the opposite wall of the formal dining room from me.
I'll Be Gnome For Christmas
Photographed while on a public tour of the Governor's Mansion.
Feelin' Some Pain
The facial expression of the BYU runner shows some of the pain felt by the competitors near the end of the NCAA Cross-Country National Championship. The chill factor is 22 degrees.