The great lake ship, Edgar B Speer, entering the harbor in Two Harbors Minnesota.
Category Archives: Ships
Our Active Harbor
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One of the most popular sites in Duluth is our Aerial Lift Bridge and the ship traffic that comes and goes with their various cargoes. On this particular morning, I was present for three ships, two arriving and one departing. … Continue reading
Sunrise and Sunset
In August of 2016 I captured an image of the Paul R. Tregurtha as she left the harbor and headed out to Lake Superior. The sunrise painted a lovely glow down her side as she steamed away.
Fast forward to January 2022 and the same ship is arriving back to the harbor at sunset. The two images will make for a perfect triptych.
The Paul R. Tregurtha arriving under Duluth’s Aerial Lift Bridge at sunset on January 15th, 2022. This was her last trip for the season and will now be docked till shipping resumes in the spring.
At 1013.5 feet, Interlake’s flagship M/V Paul R. Tregurtha is the longest ship on the Great Lakes.
Fujifilm GFX 100s, Venus Optics Loawa 17mm f4.
Welcome to Duluth!
A view of the entrance to the Duluth harbor. Ships from all over the Great Lakes and the world visit the port every year.
The Wagenborg “Victoriaborg” on her way into the Duluth harbor.
Happy New Year On The Lake
Seven ships lined up on New Year’s Day on Lake Superior,just outside the Duluth harbor, awaiting their turn for entry. At one point there were eight ships waiting.
iPhone 7 Plus, twiddled with as best I could in Apple Photos, Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.
On September 16th and 17th, the Aerial Lift Bridge in Duluth was lit in blue for Ovarian Cancer Awareness. The full moon also got in to the act, rising up over Lake Superior and adding it’s warm glow to the surface of the lake. And, for good measure, you have to have a ship coming under the bridge.
Crabby Ol’ Bills
Mini donuts worthy of the journey across the seas.
Duluth Tall Ships Festival
Today marked the beginning of the Duluth Tall Ships Festival and thousands of people showed up to watch as the ships entered the shipping channel on their way to dock in the harbor. As much as I don’t enjoy large crowds, I couldn’t resist being where I could capture all the action as the ships passed.