Photo by @robstrok. All about the atmosphere. Full tonal range but doesn't feel high contrast. Moody—fog. Desaturated and cool. Waterfall is the focal point, secondary focus at upper right framed by trees. Looks like a normal lens, level shooting angle.
Butterfly days in Olbrich Gardens brings these colorful winged wonders to Madison each year in late summer. We have the pictures to view all winter to remind us of the beauty to come in the spring and summer.
As the summer wanes, marmots begin to prepare for the winter's hibernation. This means they eat a lot to gain fat storage to last for the winter season. Here is an example of a marmot that has done a good job with his fat storage.
These colorful little guys can be found all over Necedah Wildlife Refuge. They are easy to see even in summer due their bright red heads, but now while the trees have no leaves, they stand out like a neon sign!