Six days without a shutter click. In my book that is an eternity being away from something that you love. Schedules, weather, lazy, needs, wants – and so many other factors pull you away from time to time. They say that “absence makes the heart grow fonder;” that is a notion I have become familiar with as of late and would definitely have to agree. It make the reunion all the sweeter. It was wonderful (as it always is) to go back out on the road and see what enters my frame.
I woke up this morning fully intending on capturing the sunrise, but I was too late. It was a beautiful January morning. I decided to head to Wisconsin and take a visit with my dear aunt Marge. Out the door after coffee, a bit late and slightly disappointed. A recent memory of a sunrise that was spectacular beyond compare carried me on my way.
The path to my aunt’s house brought me through familiar territory – Pierce County, WI. I love the area and the scenery. I can never get enough of these rolling hills, farm and bluff lands and back roads. I managed to find barns and building that I have not shot yet along with some familiar scenes. It never grows old, no matter how familiar, as it is different each and every time I look at something. That’s what I love about photography.