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Industrial Subjects Abound in Upper Midwest

I came to Wisconsin to expand my Iowa project photographing the vanishing architectural landscape of the single-family farm. However, in the eastern part of the sate I keep finding my way to power plants, bridges, paper mills, and other industrial plants.

In the northeast, our security paranoia usually means this type of subject is off limits to photographers; in Wisconsin, photographing what is readily viewable from public roads seems not to be a problem as long as one is not trespassing to take the photographs. The eight story high Budweisers are part of an Anheuser-Busch facility in Manitowoc and the lime processing plant is in Green Bay. Both photos were with my iPhone. Rest assured, though, that I am using my “real” cameras too!

I came to Wisconsin to expand my Iowa project photographing the vanishing architectural landscape of the single-family farm.

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