Moments In Time Photography By Tom Lazar

Galleries: Door County

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The first images I took of this well-known road at the tip of the Door County peninsula was taken during a dazzling autumn season. It soon became one of my most popular images. Then I was able to capture the same road after a beautiful winter snowstorm. Now, to complete the set, I captured it again in late spring shortly after leaf-out to provide “One More Twist” to this unusual road. I have talked to several people to find out why this road has all these curves. Everyone seems to have their own explanation. Some say it's to attract tourists, others believe it's to slow down traffic. The best explanation I've heard is that's how it was first made as a carriage trail and it was just never straightened out.


Available in Ultra Panoramic - Print Sizes

Recommended framing: Museum Wrapped Canvas print with espresso floater frame.

Common Loon Picture Copyright Tom Lazar #Bln000142