“There’s a stretch along I-43 in Wisconsin where you can see Holsteins—the black-and-white cows most associated with the Dairy State—and rolling farmland against the backdrop of Lake Michigan. I always thought it was an especially lovely and unique vista.”
Artist and writer Elizabeth G Fagan feels affection for all sorts of creatures. See more in Fagan’s Fellow Creatures theme.
Holstein & Gulls @ Lake Michigan, 12×18
The unique beauty of Lake Michigan’s shoreline in southeastern Wisconsin inspires digital artist Elizabeth G Fagan. It’s where the wild majesty of the Great Lakes meets gently tended farmland. In a nearby field, you might see Sandhills and Holsteins dining together. Four distinct seasons create visual masterpieces. Fagan calls this place Lake Michigan’s Left Coast.
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