Author Archives: Martina Landolt Photography

About Martina Landolt Photography

Being outside in nature, capturing the beauty that lives among us, on camera or in the mind's eye has healing powers. Having fun discovering new and interesting subjects from unique perspectives to unique lenses, photography is all about light. Natural light is a constant change creating photo challenges that are never-ending. I am on a photographic journey of life with people and places around me. Thank you for visiting my journey. Please leave any comments & connect with me on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.

What comes my way…

Lately, over the past couple of months, I have crossed paths with the wind, the rain, the hail, the snow, the sunshine, the night owls and nature’s musical dawn awakening. Spring brought a flood of water standing in the neighbors … Continue reading

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Gotta Get Away

Change of scenery brings change of thoughts, ideas and visions for my future year of entrepreneurship. The wheels are still turning around in my head with awesome details. When my thoughts start, then a circle forms– essentially there is no … Continue reading

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Hurry up and Wait

Waiting…it can have its benefits, but like most people, it’s sometimes difficult to wait for something you truly want.  I see this, especially with the younger generation.  Perhaps their lack of time management and understanding what’s involved or lack of … Continue reading

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Road Trip Stop to Crazy Horse

“Never Forget Your Dreams”  – Korczak Ziolkowski Heading out West for a road trip to Yellowstone was more than the 40+ hour round trip adventure as stated on google maps.  With all the rest stops and additional sights to see, … Continue reading

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ART in the Park – Part II (Troll Hunt)

I’ve literally been all around the world this summer, mostly driving in a car and I finally have time to slow down and write a post. I realize our wonderful social media allows us to post while on the go, … Continue reading

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Sneak Peek of ART in the Park…

If you have read some of my past posts over a year ago, many of them reference to the Morton Arboretum where nature meets man. Joy Morton, A man of Salt and trees, yes Morton as in the salt company … Continue reading

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Historic Ice Age Trail (Part 2)

A few posts ago, I wrote about the Historic Ice Age Trail I walked on in Wisconsin. Apparently after that post, there were a few discoveries I decided to share. While the start of the journey seemed so barren, there … Continue reading

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Timing is Everything

Good or bad, we can all relate to an incident in which timing meant something special or something miserable for us. In my case, this past week several timing issues came up. Mostly miserable for my oversight.  First one was … Continue reading

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Pictures & Words

While a picture doesn’t speak, it can say “a thousand words” with or without written words. Here I included a “borrowed” photograph from an email marketer with written words that can lift anyone’s spirits. It actually made a positive impact … Continue reading

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Eye see

Do you see what I see? From the natural wild into to the friendly waters behind glass walls at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago. Perhaps this creature’s instincts keep it still so as to blend into the environment and wait … Continue reading

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