a barren tree stands in a field of dried grasses with a soft pastel sky above
between a field and a river, VI
branches and dried leaves weave over fresh snow
between a field and a river, I
a cold river moves through snow covered banks at the end of day in Wisconsin
between a field and a river, III
snow blowing into drifts in a field of dried grasses
between a field and a river, II
a field of dried and brown grasses, with seeds still attached on a gray day
between a field and a river, IV
seed pods in shadow hang from a tree with no background discernable
between a field and a river, V
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In, between a field and a river, a new series of photographs by Lincoln Schatz that explore the land of central Wisconsin on a day at the end of December, in 2019. It is that time of year when the sun sets early in the sky and the light has a particular and peculiar quality to it, soft and diffuse, gentle and warm. Fields, filled with dried grasses, flowers, the stalks, stems and blades crisp in the winter air, seed pods adorning their heads. These fields, waiting for Spring to come, and with it warm weather, wind and rain sit beside a river, the surface shifting with blacks, deep blues and greens, reflecting glimmers of sunlight, from low in the December sky, upon the river.

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