2010 Photos Set 1


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We're sorry that most of these do not have captions, but at the time these photos were used on the website (usually on the 'front page') the captions were there - and are now lost.
But they are still very nice photos and worthy of publishing, we think.
> CLICK a photo to see it full size <
Loon Egg
The Famous Rope Swing Tree
Calendar Cover
JAN JACOBS SAYS:  Was in the boat with husband Mark while he was fishing. Up on the shore we saw a heron walking along the edge of the water looking for fish, and then actually 'spearing' a big bass with his beak.  For ten minutes or so, the heron repeatedly stabbed the bass with his sharp bill. Then he carried the fish to the shallow water where it appeared he was washing it off. After that the heron leaned over the fish, opened his beak wide and proceeded to swallow the fish head first. It took several minutes for the heron to completely swallow the hapless bass.  Amazing!
"A lake is the landscape's most beautiful and expressive feature. It is Earth's eye; looking into which the beholder measures the depth of his own nature."      - Walden, Henry David Thoreau
The Taeges in Floatilla 2010
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2 Sandy Ebben Photos
A John Merkel Photo
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"If you were grading on a curve...compared to other lakes in Wisconsin...Lake Mildred is at the top of the gifted and talented list"
-- Tim Hayman, lake scientist, Onterra Inc,

The "Relaxation Station" is closed for the season...
A Group of beautiful photos by Pfanna Chou
A Group of beautiful photos by Sandy Ebben
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