Thursday, September 29, 2016

Door County Weekend

As some may know, I've been involved with photography for much of my life - from late high school days to my retirement years. I do enjoy creating (I feel) exciting images. The following were done September 16 through 19, 2016 during a campout with my sons at Peninsula State Park in Door County Wisconsin.

At Door County Wisconsin, with 300 miles of shoreline, you can watch a sunrise and a sunset over the water without leaving the county. See thousands of acres of orchards, explore art galleries, devour delicious cherry pie, sip on local wines and brews, splash in the lake or paddle along the bluffs, stroll through five state parks or tour 11 historic lighthouses. No matter what you're looking to get out of your vacation, our 19 unique communities allow you to live life well.

Peninsula State Park in Wisconsin:
High bluffs and sandy beaches, an 1860s lighthouse, a challenging 18-hole golf course, and professional summer theater performances make this 3,776-acre park extremely popular. Hiking or bicycling is the preferred method for exploring trails that wind through the quiet interior of the park where you will enjoy the scenery. Peninsula Park White Cedar Forest is one of the Natural Areas within Peninsula State Park which features a continuum of five distinct community types that change with elevation away from Green Bay. Pets are welcome in Wisconsin State Parks but must be on a leash and under control at all times. Certain areas may be off limits to pets.

The lake level was a lot lower in 2006.

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