If not for the swarms of vicious mosquitos, this would have been a very enjoyable location to sit and relax for awhile.
The weather is finally warming and various signs of spring are showing up in nature, including insects.
While making one last visit to see the pelicans I spotted this fly warming itself on an information plaque.
It was a chilly morning for late April and no puddle went unfrozen.
Caught on a warm spring day just before it melted away to nothingness.
Year after year, exposed to the elements, staying in touch with the rock.
I was holding a binder clip and…
When a cork puller becomes art.
As the ice clears from Lake Superior, the ships can begin moving back to the ore docks to load iron ore pellets, also known as taconite. (Unless it’s Tuesday, then it’s taco night!)