Wisconsin Highway 35 stretches the length of the state and takes in the small river towns of southwestern Wisconsin and the forests and iron mining of the north. Although the highway has been voted the most scenic drive in America in reality it is a mixture of dynamic river bluff views punctuated with junk yards, polluting industrial sand mines and miles of bland nothingness. Still it struck me as ripe for documenting. The photographs were taken between 2010 and 2013 with a digital camera mounted on a tripod and used much like a large format view camera. Twenty two works from the series are shown here. They are presented in sequence from the south at the Illinois Border to the north just short of Lake Superior. Prints are 22X28 and 22X33 Archival Pigment Prints.
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