Last week I had the pleasure of shooting this country home for sale in Hawthorne, Wisconsin. (Hawthorne is an area southeast of Superior, Wisconsin; it’s north of Solon Springs and west of Lake Nebagamon.) It’s in a private location out in the country; although the house only comes with a few acres, it’s surrounded by woods and has no close neighbors. And although this home’s cedar-shake siding gives it rather a rustic look, its interior features many elegant touches that were especially fun to photograph. For more, just scroll on down.
Here in northwest Wisconsin, our peak for fall colors was probably sometime late last week. I managed to take a little time off, and headed out one morning on a quick tour of our northwest Wisconsin neighborhood. For a real estate photographer, it was rather a busman’s holiday. I’m afraid I did bring cameras, including a drone. I mean, how could I not?
I might take a camera for a walk today, but then again I might not. Today it’s in the mid-30s. It’s dark, gloomy, windy, and alternating between snow and rain. Except for the snow part, that’s about what the weather’s been like for most of the week. So a lot of the leaves you’ll see in these photos are now on the ground. Tomorrow will be partly cloudy (which I prefer to think of as partly sunny), and I’ll be back out photographing another new listing. For now, please scroll on down and take a moment to enjoy your virtual fall color tour.
The other day I took the morning off and wandered around in the woods. Although I wasn’t punched in at the office working on my usual real estate photos, I did bring a camera. So here, just for fun, are photos of a heron, swans, and deer. The final shot asks and answers that perennial question “Why did the deer cross the river?” The obvious answer: “To get to the other side.”