Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Wisconsin Dells!

A lot of what we did in the Dells was not very camera friendly.  There are a slew of water parks and rides and such to experience, and it was safer to leave the camera in the van rather than risk it being dropped, broken, soaked, or lost/pilfered.  All that being said, we(Bear and I) did manage to capture a bit of nature's beauty.
( I want to warn you; there are a lot of pictures to look at, and I played with many of them in my Lightroom program.  That's why you will see a variety of lighting, shades, and colors.  Enjoy!)

First stop: Deer Park.  Yes, we have tons of them in Indiana, but these cutie-pies were so tame.  The girls loved this place.











We took a horseback ride just above this "Lost Canyon" Dell, then went down to take the horse and wagon tour. It is so much cooler in these places!



Can you see the eagle in the rock formation below?







These next few pics were taken as we rode in a DUCK, one of those land/water transport deals.  Just for the record, we went with the Original Duck rides as opposed to the Army Duck rides.





Now it's Bear's turn with the camera to capture some of the flora and fauna around our cabin.....



And at the Wollersheim Winery in Prairie du Sac, WI








LOVED the close-up bee pic.  All I did was zoom in on it!  This one might make next year's photo board for her 4-H photography project.

Hope your Wednesday is a great one!

5 comments:

  1. I have always wanted to visit the Dells. Bear certainly has an eye for photography!

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    1. Thanks! It's really crazy and full of people in the town. We stayed about 8 miles out, and it was worth the drive not to have to deal with the crowds day and night.

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  2. I was just going to say the same thing--4H worthy photos. Very nice!

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  3. wonderful pictures.Keep doing
    zarah from bizbilla.com

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  4. Hi Lana. Looks like a fabulous time. We've driven through the Dells but never stopped. We were always eager to get home, four hours farther north. Farther or further? If your youngest has tested negative for celiac, it can still be a gluten sensitivity or a wheat sensitivity. Easy to avoid, although it means not eating out, for the most part. We don't eat much in the way of breads cookies cakes anyway, but I do keep Udis bread, Tinkyada pasta, Pamela's lemon shortbread and a few GF cookie and cake mixes for special occasions.

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