On May 11th, I joined a group of birders at the Boulder Lake Environmental Learning Center in northern Minnesota as part of the Document Spring project. The group had started out earlier to identify as many birds as possible, I believe it was around 70, before the Document spring group arrived. We went on a short hike during which I tried to take photos of birds that are not willing models. I also offered advice to the group on camera settings and technique. I also spotted what I thought were interesting subjects.
High winds are blowing down Lake Superior today creating large waves at the western end of the lake. At the time this image was taken, winds were running around twenty five miles an hour. Later in the day, the winds are predicted to grow in intensity and I will try to return to see how things look.
Another visit to the St. Louis River as it flows through Jay Cooke State Park.
A little something different that didn’t involve going outside.
Frozen, clinging to the rocks above water in motion.
Watching the river flow.
I love photographing water in motion along with the sound of the water as it flows by. The St. Louis River is flowing unusually strong for this time of year due to heavy rain in northern Minnesota. This is providing a wonderful spectacle in Jay Cooke State Park where it flows over an incredible array of rock ledges and falls on it’s way to Lake Superior.