IDA GROVE, Iowa, Oct. 29, 2015 — Photographer Don Poggensee reports that he has “been on the road recently, doing fall color work and working on several other photo assignments.” He offers a selection of autumn photos from northeast, northwest and southwest Iowa.
“We still have not had a real hard frost,” Poggensee wrote from his hometown of Ida Grove earlier this week, “and I am still seeing lots of good fall color, at least in certain areas of the state.”
Enjoy his photos below here.
A view of the Mississippi River from Pikes Peak State Park in the northeast Iowa town of McGregor, where a bluff lets you stand 500 feet above the river.
Another view from Pikes Peak State Park.
Pikes Peak State Park.
From Pikes Peak State Park.
Another river view from Pikes Peak State Park.
Nobel’s Island on the Mississippi River.
South of Harper’s Ferry in northeast Iowa.
Along County Road A52 east of Waukon in northeast Iowa.
In the Volga River area in northeast Iowa.
The view from above Eldorado in northeast Iowa.
That’s the Ida County Courthouse in Don Poggensee’s hometown of Ida Grove.
A rural Lutheran Church outside Soldier in southwest Iowa.
A covered bridge at Sheldon in northwest Iowa.
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