Visit back to Sturgeon Bay, Wis.

I just returned from a week long trip back home to Wisconsin. I grew up in the small town of Sturgeon Bay, population now at around 9,800 people. The main reason I went back was to photograph my cousin’s wedding but while there I was able to see family and old friends. It was great to see all of them and a little odd be back home since the town has not changed a bit. I spent a couple afternoons driving around in the country with my dad, taking photos. This was great. This is what I started out taking pictures of when I was in high school. I would drive around the backroads looking for old barns & buildings that were falling down and filled with treasures inside. Many of these buildings are totally isolated. I would wonder who once lived there and what was left behind inside, wishing I could sneak in. Below are some of the images I took while there. Enjoy!

The remains of an outhouse.

Inside an old silo.



View of downtown Sturgeon Bay bridge and tug boat.

Buoys laying near the coast guard station.





View of Lake Michigan.