Tag Archives: Wisconsin

Flowering Magnolia

We woke up to 20 inches of snow this morning, April 14, and it’s still snowing. We’re supposed to get snow the rest of the day into tomorrow.

Photo by Ethel Mortenson Davis

20inchsnow

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Early Winter Off the Door Peninsula

photograph by Sonja Bingen

Early Winter Lake Michigan

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Into the Forest Primeval

a photograph by Sonja Bingen
Into the Forest primeval

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Respite

poem by Ethel Mortenson Davis

We walked Michigan’s shore
against gale winds,
blue-green water
churning up white foam
and throwing large rocks
at our feet

until a stand of cedars
offered warmth and stillness
from the wind.
Leaf-litter
lined the forest floor, softness,
respite from our difficult world.

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Out of the Sky

a photograph by Sonja Bingen

Out of the Sky

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The Layers of a Wisconsin Fall

a photograph by Sonja Bingen

Fall Colors

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Blue Heron Inside Human Space

photograph by Sonja Bingen
Blue Heron

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