In the Right Place at the Right Time!

Waukesha County

Photo News Stories

In the Right Place at the Right Time!
Photographing Waukesha news for 39 years, on the web for the last 19 years.
When the regular news guys show up to a breaking news scene, I'm usually leaving.


In Elm Grove Tuesday Morning-1

A fire destroyed one unit and ran the entire length of the building attic, late this morning.  






In Elm Grove Tuesday Morning-2

One unit destroyed and the others had severe water and smoke damage. The roof is completely gone.    






Navistar Foundry


This one time casting foundry in Waukesha is now nothing but recycled steel. It's location on Perkins Avenue on the northeast side of the city is gone.       


When the Snow Falls..

Take it easy!

No one hurt here on HWY 16 in Pewaukee a few days ago, just slow down when the snow falls.

Seeing Waukesha County
thru a lens of a camera

History and Photography

“In photography there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” “There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.” “Taking an image, freezing a moment, reveals how rich reality truly is.” “Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving
Alfred Stieglitz
Robert Frank
Aaron Siskind

Proven Results

Just Face book Hits

11.2 John's Rootbeer Support   18,532 
11.29 Waukesha Turns on Blue Lights        51,582 
10.21 Plane Crash Village of Waukesha   109.385 
7.29 Concord Tornado Damage       439,197 

This is the

Picture of the Week

I use my camera or iphone camera everyday.
Sunsets, flowers, traffic, breaking news, the oddest things I see shows up here.

The  City of Waukesha residences are putting blue light bulbs at their front doors, in support of people affected during this year's Christmas Parade.     

Photography by Timothy P. Snopek

Award Winning Pictures

The Milwaukee Press Club's 2019 Excellence in Jourmalism Contest, has awarded a Gold finish.
In the Visual Journalism, Best News Photograph category my picture placed first.
Lieutenant Chris Franson has his hand on Firefighter Nate Volz's air tank.
Both work for the City of Waukesha Fire Department.



Around the county or the state, running to fires or just a everyday picture.
Capturing history for all to see, look here and buy a picture if you like one you see.