Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A Special Place

My special spot is a parcel of land measuring about 56 acres, including woodland, wetland, and prairie habitats. I rented a house here from my employer, the Cedar Lakes Conservation Foundation. During my stay, it was opened to the public as the Joan M. Pick Nature Preserve. 

I was extremely fortunate to have called this place my home for nearly four years. I have missed its many facets and familiar charms…but not the super cold winters! Here is a gallery of photos that I’ve taken of this property. 

Special thanks to our guest host for this week’s challenge, who shares delightful photos of Ireland (click here for Murtagh’s Meadow), and — full disclosure: this is a repost of a challenge from 2020 because…reasons.

26 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: A Special Place

  1. These photos are so delightful I had to go through them in the slide show so I could study the ones I really, really like. My favorite is the first one of frost on your window. Thanks for sharing.

  2. What a wonderful place. I love the way your photographs capture the changing seasons of your special place, just beautiful.

  3. Beautiful photos from a very special place – and in your heart it is. Such variety and colour, wildlife – and all seasons. A bright and lovely post! Thank you.

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