Posted: December 9, 2015 in Fog, Photography, Trees, Wabi Sabi, Wisconsin
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Monday was “Fog and Trees Day” for your friend, Wabi Sabi. I opened the morning in the arboretum with mighty oaks, hungry turkeys and light fog and a few hours later moved into much thicker fog and many acres of fir trees on a Christmas Tree farm in Kewaunee County.

This place should be renamed Leading Lines Tree Farm, a Photographer’s Delight.


I’ve been here before (and in the fog) and the pure orderly arrangement of perfectly trimmed trees makes my head swim.ย 


In a good way.

No matter what angle you take for viewing, it is a pure visual delight. The fog adds another element, blurring rows in the distance and creating a grainy overlay on images.

Click on any picture below to view this set as a gallery.

  1. Oh those pictures are so beautiful.
    I haven’t enough place and having a Christmas tree at home but when I’ll see tour picture I’m happy to see them ๐Ÿ˜€

  2. Lignum Draco says:

    Lovely photos. Order versus Disorder – 2 ends of the same scale, and both styles photographed lovingly by you. I’m thinking a wide or stitched panorama would be very appealing here.

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