Based on a lot of the photos I post you could get the impression that I live in the countryside, or maybe a small town. But, I actually live in a city. Eau Claire has a population of about 68K. Outside of the city limits things are rural or small towns, so Eau Claire servesContinue reading “Yes, I Actually Live In A City”
I got to goofing around with the sunset shot I posted the other day, no real idea with where I was going with it just goofing off, and I decided I liked what I came up with.
The weather around here has been a bit miserable lately, but today marked a wonderful change with temps in the mid 20’s and it was wonderfully crisp and sunny. As is usually the case on days like today I took a spin around town on my bike and as is also usually the case IContinue reading “Blowing Out The Sunset”
Heading down to the Chippewa River and watching daylight fade to dusk was a much needed respite from the last couple days of craziness and anxiety. Cycling home with the last little bit of dusk dying around me I wondered if plugging back into the world was really worth the bother.
It’s Twofer Friday… I misjudged the position of the sun and got down to the Short Street bridge to shoot this later than I should have. Also, I think this will be a better shot in a couple weeks when the sun is a little lower in the sky. It looks a little darker onContinue reading “Sunset On The Chippewa”
The Pablo Center is a newly created center for the preforming arts in downtown Eau Claire and is a joint project between the UW Eau Claire and a bunch of orgs in the city. And it always looks lovely at sunset.
Scrolling though some recent photos I found this and thought it good enough to share.
Eau Claire is a place defined by the rivers that flow through it. Our city logo features river and the bridges that carry us over them. Our parks and recreation center around them. If you visit from out of town, it wont be very long until we take you to “the river” and treat youContinue reading “Defined by rivers”