POGGENSEE’S POSTCARDS: Photographer Don Poggensee shares views around Iowa during late summer, early fall

“As summer ends and fall begins, we see a real change in colors all around us,” says Poggensee, the roaming photographer from Ida Grove in northwest Iowa.  “I have pulled a few images that I have taken while traveling our state.  The beauty of creation is all encompassing, so take time now, to enjoy the show, before it fades into winter.”  His gallery begins with the photo below of a riverboat on the Mississippi River near Dubuque.

1 Mississippi River near Dubuque.jpg

Mississippi River near Dubuque.

 

2 Black Hawk Lake at Lake View.jpg

Black Hawk Lake at Lake View.

 

3 Crawford Creek in Ida County.jpg

Crawford Creek in Ida County.

 

4 Danish Church Monona County.jpg

Danish church in the Loess Hills in Monona County.

 

5 Lake Rathbun in southeast Iowa.jpg

Lake Rathbun in southeast Iowa.

 

6 Spencer.jpg

Street scene in Spencer.

 

7 Summer Maple River in Ida County.jpg

Summer view of Maple River in Ida County.

 

8 Water fall on Iowa River near Iowa Falls.jpg

A water fall on the Iowa River near the town of Iowa Falls.

 

9 Western Iowa sunset.jpg

A western Iowa sunset.

One thought on “POGGENSEE’S POSTCARDS: Photographer Don Poggensee shares views around Iowa during late summer, early fall

  1. Hi Don ! Very nice photos–loved them.

    Joseph Murray, Wayuga Art, “Where serenity is a way of life,” Jefferson IA

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