NOT YOUR TYPICAL WISCONSIN LANDSCAPE SHOTS

Posted: January 11, 2013 in Deserted, Photography, Snow, White
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North of Menasha and south of Wrightstown, a mile or so off the main road. A short access road, cross some railroad tracks and pass a gate posted “No Trespassing.”  There was no other signage nor indicator as to who/what owned this area. If pressed, I would suggest maybe the railroad.

I entered through the opening between the gate and the fence and if I could saunter in, so could anybody, because let’s face it: my days as a potential Cat Woman stunt-double are in my rear view mirror. Therefore, I took the whole “No Trespassing” thing as maybe a suggestion, just as I always felt the assigned task of finding x in Algebra was meant to be taken more ironically than literally.

snow piles1

snow piles2

snow piles3

Comments
  1. Karen Taylor says:

    Looks like a snowy desert to me. Pyramids in Wisconsin. The last shot really gives the viewer that impression. Great!

  2. richardhaas8 says:

    Tailings from “open pit” mining, probably cement or sand.
    Great photos……”The Great Waukesha Desert and Pyramids”~!!

    Thanks

  3. jlheuer says:

    Wisconsin Tetons… ala 1955

  4. David says:

    I really like the “creeping” shadows in the last two!

  5. Love the last one, too. Snow has made those utilitarian piles otherworldly.

  6. Leanne Cole says:

    I wouldn’t know if it was typical or not, but I really like.

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