It’s been a busy weekend, and I haven’t had much time for writing for the past few days. Three days in Ohio, a day out hiking in Milwaukee, and a ton of things to get caught up on now that I’m back.
I did get some great shots while I was out, so here are a few new photos for the collection.
Found in Ohio.
I’m a sucker for great textures and old stone. Check out these beauties near Brady Street.
7 Bridges Park in Milwaukee.
Hot enough for ice cream.
Winter in Milwaukee may be horrific, but summer here is absolutely perfect.
I miss the drawn out, gentle unfolding of springtime in the South, but I’m also a big fan of the energy and suddenness of the season here in Wisconsin. Nature knows she has to move quickly in order to take advantage of the short warm season, so things here happen fast. Get ready for MKE summertime madness. (Thanks, Lana Del Rey!)
My schedule is pretty flexible right now (looking for a job, hello!) but that gives me plenty of time to observe this firecracker of a season. Every single day brings a dramatic change in the amount of flowers and green that we see, the diversity of colors, and the number of people in shorts!
I am particularly tickled by how pale the folks of European ancestry appear as they try to dress for warmer weather (myself included).
“Wisconsin Winter White” should be a Crayola color. We look like cave salamanders out there.
So I’ve taken a few photos to try and capture the burst of color here in Milwaukee. So many good things to come.
Nomad Pub, Brady Street