I couldn’t resist using the bent tree as a frame to hold the waterfall.
Morning sun filtered through the mist generated by Gooseberry Falls.
Spring flow on the St. Louis River as it flows through Jay Cooke State Park.
The last, (for now) manipulation of a slab of rock. All three images in this set were captured with an iPhone 12 Pro Max and were fiddled with in Photoshop.
Another slab of rock with muted color that lent itself to being enhanced in Photoshop and then became something more.
Spring is avoiding northern Minnesota and so I need to find other ways to keep me believing it will arrive one day. This is an image from one of my house plants.
Mornings along the shore of Lake Superior are always special. Especially when the lake is calm allowing for colorful reflections.
Morning light accenting the ice coated gorge along the shore of Lake Superior. Image captured with a drone. (No way I was going to climb down to get the shot!)
Cold air above somewhat warmer water generates “sea smoke,” making it seem as though the water is steaming. Throw in some ice and a beautiful sunrise and you have a fantastic morning to be by the lake.