I am part of the DoIT Photo Club at the Division of Information Technology (DoIT) at the UW, where we discuss photography and go out on lunch breaks to take photos on campus occasionally. I was recently interviewed by the founder of the club, John Nagler, to be featured in our department’s newsletter during the Partners in Giving campaign. Below is that interview: Q: Can … Continue reading Rich’s Interview by the DoIT Photo Club
Limnology: The scientific study of inland waters. At the UW-Madison Hasler Lab, located just west of the Memorial Union on beautiful Lake Mendota, a collection of water-related photos hang on the stairway, mirroring the theme of Arthur D. Hasler’s aquatic studies and research in Wisconsin. The Center for Limnology (CFL) was established in 1982 to plan, conduct, and facilitate inland freshwater research. For more information … Continue reading Stares on the Stairs – Limnology Art Show
May your season be bright and your traffic be light this holiday season. Continue reading Season’s Greetings from Flying Button Design.
Another Year; Another Plowoff. The sands of time have passed through the hourglass, and we have made it around the sun one more time. This signals it is time to tend to the fields that were so forth giving of their nutrients over the past growing season, and prepare the soil for another round come spring. Dial up your friends, boys; the plowoff is here. … Continue reading As the world turns, so does the soil to the plow.
Here comes the sun, do-nn-do-do, here comes the sun, and I say “It’s alright.” I rise before dawn every weekday to head to work and watch the sun rise through the windshield, so a detour this particular morning brings me to an alternate view—the site of some overachievers—flowers who are literally “outstanding in their chosen field.” The sun peeks over the trees that dot the … Continue reading Here Comes The Sun (do-nn-do-do.)
Here are a dozen photos from our recent family trip to Lake Superior’s southern shoreline around Duluth, and jaunt over to the Apostle Islands. This is a beautiful scenic area to visit; with one of the two aerial lift bridges of this style in the world, expansive naturally-occurring beaches that span for miles long the south shore of the lake, parks and scenic lakefront walking … Continue reading The Duluth Dozen
This past weekend the family made our annual pilgrimage up to Portage to Link’s Greenhouse Farm, to purchase potatoes and onions to grow, and also check out their perennials and tree selection. Even though we were a little early this year to see a lot of color with regard to the flower selection, this place is great for an adventure for the whole family, especially … Continue reading Why DID the chicken cross the road, anyway?