POGGENSEE’S POSTCARDS: A quick sweep across the north half of Iowa as autumn now fades into early winter

IDA GROVE, Iowa, Nov. 18, 2013 — Photographer Don Poggensee, who bases here in northwest Iowa, took a quick drive in the past week across the northern half of the state, capturing images along the way.  “The colors were fading rather fast,” he reported.  But starting with this sunrise view of Jefferson, he found lots of fall beauty, and he shares the photos here.

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A sunrise in Jefferson.

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A view of Brushy Creek southeast of Fort Dodge.

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Another view of Brushy Creek.

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The colorful mill at Fertile in north central Iowa.


Looking down into the town of Eldorado in northeast Iowa.

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Along the Upper Iowa River northwest of Decorah.

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An old bridge over the Upper Iowa River.

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At a farm west of Hazleton in northeast Iowa.

You can write the photographer by email at
donpog@netllc.net or by using the form below here.



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