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That winter quality of light

People who brave winter in the North know what I’m talking about: the strangely bluish quality of cold air and golden flash of low-angled sunlight.  When we say we appreciate the change of seasons, this “quality of light” is almost always … Continue reading

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Well, after a record-setting 288 days without measurable snowfall, Milwaukee finally saw some flakes today.  Below is a photo taken about 1:30 p.m., when I left my office to get some lunch.  The tree branches were just beginning to acquire … Continue reading

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White Tree of Gondor?

Nope, just a tree in the parking lot at our local grocery store.  I love the way naked winter trees are illuminated at night by those large overhead lights.  Here is a shot of three trees at a shopping mall that … Continue reading

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