In the state more commonly known for its farmlands, renowned photographer Troy Hess showcases the natural beauty of Wisconsin's waterfalls.
Join Troy as he explores these spectacular waterways dispersed throughout America's Dairyland.
From the raging torrents to the lesser-known creeks and streams, these waterways comprise this definitive collection. With a decade of research and travels furnishing his repertoire, Troy offers a glimpse through his lens as he captures the serenity and natural beauty of these wondrous waterways. Each location includes a cross-reference by county, offering insightful inspiration for a journey of your own.
"The Wild Waters of Intrigue" is the perfect travel companion to elucidate the whereabouts and compel admiration for these natural freshwater displays.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Troy Hess is a multi-award-winning photographer and editor, based in Rusk County of northwestern Wisconsin. His photos often depict colorful and dramatic imagery. His passion for abandonment photography began with a search for a provocative subject matter to photograph. Residing in one of the poorest counties in the state, he was reluctant to find an obvious choice, as the abandonment in his area was plentiful. Over the past several years, Troy has captured and documented almost all abandonment located in the state of Wisconsin. He has also ventured beyond the state lines to document some of the neglect found within other Midwestern states.
PUBLISHER: America Through Time
SERIES: America Through Time
DIMENSIONS: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)