I wanted to capture the view from the chasm in the rocks but, to do so would require me to go in the frigid waters of Lake Superior. My solution: use my drone to get down and shoot from about three feet above the water. The water makes for a nice leading line to the colorful sky.
Sometimes you have to make a run for the lake when you think there might be a good sunrise. Today was pretty good.
A view of the entrance to the Duluth harbor. Ships from all over the Great Lakes and the world visit the port every year.
Light the gap.
Catching a few rays along the shore of Lake Superior.
Aimless, no destination in mind, a path to follow, mysteries in nature.
Today is Black Friday and once again I have chosen to #OptOutside. Minnesota State parks were open to the public with free admission today and I visited Jay Cooke State Park. It looks like I wasn’t the only one making tracks to the outdoors.
Designed by nature, showing for a limited time only. When the sun shines and the ice melts it will be time to find new creations.
Areas of light and dark in the small crevices along the shore highlight the abstract patterns in ice.
In the small places where the bigger waves don’t reach, the water is a bit calmer and there is a chance for reflection.
Frozen, clinging to the rocks above water in motion.