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Asylum Trees
Photo By Paul Eldridge

  • Title: Asylum Trees
  • State/Province/Region: Wisconsin
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Outagamie County
  • Nearest Town: Grand Chute
  • Brief Directions: Take Hwy 41 north to Double O and turn right. Go to Blluemound and go right. At the Tech College, turn right into the second entrance. Hike a very short hike along a nature trail to the cemetary.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: There is a nature trail right near our home that leads to the old, historical Outagamie County Insane Asylum Cemetary. The graves are unmarked and the trees have a beautiful picturesque quality. I love taking photographs all along area. It's beautiful all year. Being very new to photography, this is one of my favorite places to photograph.
  • Gear: A simple Fuji Finepix
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