Considering how cold and cloudy this winter has been, thought a few shots of bright sun, albeit low in the horizon and during winter, would warm the thoughts of some. * * * * * *
These are some killer awesome shots of Falling Water, one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most notorious creations, and how it was affected by the arctic vortex of 2014. You can check out the article here via Rare Arctic Freeze Hits Frank Lloyd Wright Creation Fallingwater.
While I am off in Southern California editing on a breezy 73 degree day, my family was stuck in the minus 27 degree weather in the Rice Lake area (see top photo below). That’s where I would be if there right now, and that’s also a one hundred degree difference. Futher, it was a change … Continue reading
Manitowoc, home of the Marine Musuem and Sputnikfest 2013. For those not in the know, a chunck of one of the Sputnik satellites crashed down in the middle of one of the streets (it was about the sixe of a softball, no one got hurt), and since then the locals have, as we do all over … Continue reading
This is a clip I shot last May in Cameron (Barron County) when the clouds and sun were working in perfect harmony to give a heck of natural light show. I’ve learned while making this documentary that when Wisconsin weather shows you something, you gotta pull over and shoot or it will be gone all … Continue reading
As if winning a Super Bowl wasn’t enough in this stormy Year Of The Cheesehead, the Packers Family Night 2011 was a storm in and of itself, literally. Barely a half hour into the event, thick black clouds darkened out the setting sun and gave us the impression that nature wasn’t going to let the … Continue reading
We’re so glad to be heading to Dallas (Arlington, actually) this coming week for the events leading up to and then the Super Bowl, where our Green Bay Packers will be facing off against the Pittsburgh Steelers. And to prove that our documentary is not just a Packers Fan thing, while also considering the weather … Continue reading