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.
The Lead Pack
Hundreds of the nation's fastest men and women collegiate cross-country runners descending on Madison on November 17th for the NCAA National Championships. The UW runner (#723) is Morgan McDonald and in a few minutes he will become the National Champion.
Best viewed on the white background for the "snow effect"!
You are invited to sit for a while … to enjoy your rest … to enjoy the changing of the seasons … and to see why Fall might just be the best.
View From Ferry Bluff
The Ferry Bluff State Natural Area is a favorite for nesting eagles and is closed from November 15th through April 1st each year to protect them. Great view after a steep hike.
When My Boat Capsized
I was left floundering a couple miles off shore from Madison's Monona Terrace.
Photo effect done with a long telephoto on a very windy day. Shot from a city park about three miles away.
Ahhh, The Golden Hour
The setting sun added so much color to Holy Hill and the lone tree in the foreground.
One Lovely Tree
"I think that I shall never see a poem as lovely as a tree". Written by Joyce Kilmer in 1914.
Reflecting On Autumn
Photographed at the Cornerstone Hermitage on the grounds of the Durward's Glen Retreat Center.
Quiet Time On The Farm
I grew up on a family farm and Autumn was a favorite time. After much work, the barn was now full with hay and the trees were now on display. Although this is not our family farm, it captured the feeling.
Upon further review those look like Packer colors on our State Capitol.