Author Archives: Cheryl Schiltz Photography

About Cheryl Schiltz Photography

Thank you for visiting, I hope you are enjoying my photography. I've happily been a photographer for over 25 years making it a passion of mine. My work has been inspired by places near and far, those I never thought I'd visit and by the work of others I so very much respect from whom I've learned so much. The vibrant colors of the outdoors take me home and when they stand still just long enough for me to admire and capture them in landscapes, forests, flowers, all things our beautiful world holds, I find myself complete. I hope you enjoy my work and give my page a like. I'd love to see you here.

Ch-Ch-Changes

Chapter 27 Ch-Ch-Changes 2005 was a year of change. The TDU was renamed the Brainport and the company to Wicab. Paul choose the name Wicab meaning “lover of honey”, a dedication of his work in honor of his wife Esther’s … Continue reading

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Welcome Home

Chapter 26 Welcome Home   My return to Indian Lake left shining crystals of joy in my heart.  It was there I felt my feet firmly touch the ground, it was there a lighted spirit opened and danced its way … Continue reading

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Braver

Chapter 25 Braver I really missed hiking. It was a ritual that rejuvenated my mind, body and soul. It was a way to let go of my responsibilities, there was nothing to do except let the calm of nature become … Continue reading

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Just Kept Getting Better

Chapter 24 Just Kept Getting Better Little by little the residual lasted longer, up to 5-6 hours. Stronger was the experience of being reconnected to an everyday life, so much more than I ever experienced. My body and mind blended … Continue reading

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How Could This Happen?

CHAPTER 23 – 2003 How Could this Happen?   Like the long ago television show, “The Beverly Hillbillies”, I packed up, sold my house in Cambria, and moved to Madison – closer to MATC, closer to the TDU. I was … Continue reading

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Central Focus, Visual Proof

Chapter 22 – 2003 Central Focus, Visual Proof Nearly finished with my studies at MATC, I prepared to transfer into UW-Madison. This was a monumental time which both excited me and scared the heck out of me. But, there was … Continue reading

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For the First Time in a Long Time…

Chapter 21 2003 For the First Time in a Long Time… How can I begin to explain how a touch of returned freedom, long absent from my life, lifted me from dark to light. With just a few hours that … Continue reading

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