78/366 :: Wednesday 18 March 2020
seen on the way to/from a new-to-me cemetery in Casco.
79/366 :: Thursday 19 March 2020
two more cemeteries in Southern Door. my grandma taught me years ago that cemeteries are good places for walks because there usually aren't cars there. over the past few years, I've been doing a lot of volunteer photography for Find a Grave, and I've been enjoying piecing these families together even if they have no relation to me. it's also really interesting to see the different fonts, styles of headstones, and names and just wondering about these people...
80/366 :: Friday 20 March 2020
living room sunbeams. (TWLOHA coloring sheets here)
81/366 :: Saturday 21 March 2020
I've had Hulu for years and years because it was how I used to watch Cupcake Wars, but I have finally also gotten myself a Netflix account to watch Schitt's Creek and The Office because of sheltering in place.
82/366 :: Sunday 22 March 2020
when the sun comes out and melts the snow that fell, I shoot all the headstones at another cemetery.
83/366 :: Monday 23 March 2020
when your manager texts you to ask if you need anything from the grocery store because the state of Wisconsin is about to officially shelter in place. (I asked for some bananas and a sweet potato but she is an angel.) don't worry, we were six feet and a glass door apart, but I did get to say hi to her and little dog Toad.
84/366 :: Tuesday 24 March 2020
a little trip to Forestville because the sun was out, but it just turned to fog as I was turning off of 57. the sun came back as I was headed home, so I would like to know what that means.
a photographer with the desire to hide behind the camera a little less and let the light shine through.