This has become a reoccurring theme in many of my posts, but I'll say it again. One of the things I enjoy most about photography is how you learn to really open your eyes. To see things around you that you've simply walked past without noticing on prior occasions. It presents a new opportunity to not only see, but to learn.
I spent last week trekking "the wilds" of the Door County Peninsula in search of peace and quiet and, hopefully, some images to add to my collection. I found both. While walking the trails at Toft's Point, a protected, boreal forest located just north of Baileys Harbor, I met this interesting guy.
Stop back Wednesday for a "Title This…" post featuring another image of my friend here and the answer to the question - "What kind of snake is this?".