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.”
Last week I embarked on fall color tours through some of the most scenic corners of northwest Wisconsin. Most of these tours were for fun. But since I took drones and cameras along, I’m afraid they did turn into sort of a busman’s holiday. I’ll share photos from those tours in upcoming blog posts. The tour described in today’s post, however, was totally work-related. Yup. Real estate photography. Summer is over, and it was time to give these four lake homes a fall refresh. Two were in Solon Springs on Upper Saint Croix Lake. A third was on Trego Lake, and the fourth was on Upper Eau Claire Lake in Barnes, WI.
Here’s a sampling of those fall updates. I think they turned out pretty darn autumnal. For more, just scroll on down.