Take a half-hour journey with people who’ve found unique ways to get around.
You’ll meet a collection of people who share their Wisconsin lives, including a photographer who uses a paraglider to find the right angle, a group that uses retired railroad motor cars to give tours of a swamp, a writer who describes her road trips to Door County, a retiree who carves whirligigs that take him back to his childhood in Slovenia and an artist who explores Native American concerns with neon lights.
Mark Amenson is a photographer who takes all sorts of assignments. Sometimes, those assignments require him to crank up his paraglider to get shots like this birds-eye view of Green Bay.
Take a tour of the Tiffany Bottoms State Wildlife Area with the Chippewa Valley Motor Car Association.
See what a Native American artist wore to this UW commencement.