Posts Tagged ‘blackearthcreek’

Near the Ice Age Trail in Cross Plains, a ford across Black Earth Creek. Water and earth crossing from winter into the first cold mud of spring, raw, half-thawed, with bulbs and buds, grubs and roots, and fungi and lichens and all manner of Van Leeuwenhoek’s “animalcules” awakening, the creek awash in rumors of sunlight to come. The equinox is nigh.


All along the Wisconsin


Sleepers wait to arise.

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Implied Spaces

Between Realities


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Nature's nuances in a nutshell

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The world around through my camera's lens

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Alec Soth's Blog from 2006-2007

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Writings about the art and technique of photography. Mostly with Nikon and Olympus equipment.

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