The last burst of autumn beauty

I have gone to several places to capture the beauty of autumn, starting from the FootHills National Forest, driving for four hours to the Northern Shore areas, then driving for nine hours to Northern Michigan. Along the way during long driving through country roads, lakes, rivers, forests, etc., nature had never stopped to amaze me. … Continue reading The last burst of autumn beauty

A Field of Lupine

Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge accommodates numerous wild animals and plants. It can display the features of mother nature throughout entire year! Between mid - May and mid - June lupine flowers (also called lupinus or lupin) reach their peak of beauty. There is a big field where lupine grows. It not only decorates the land … Continue reading A Field of Lupine


The local temperature reached close to 100 degree! I took advantage of fairly cool weather and bright light this morning to experience my new macro lens for Nikon D5500.  I "ran into" a bug (I guess it is dragonfly) landing on a still closed lily bud.  It looked like it has a smiley face. Then … Continue reading Curve

Autumn Sunset on a Farmland

During the past weekend, we drove to our family farmland located at northern Wisconsin.  On Friday night I photographed the most beautiful sunset I have ever seen. At the edge of the land, the Sun was gradually sinking below the horizon, and leaving behind the bright red rays of light.  The rays of light were then … Continue reading Autumn Sunset on a Farmland