And Now For Something Yellow

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Daffodils, the the sunshine in the garden.

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Rain and Mud

It’s always fun to head outside with a group of students interested in nature and photography.  Although doing it in a cold, persistent rain does take away a bit of the fun.  I am onboard as a photographer for the Document Spring project, which is part of iNaturalist.  The program is part of the work being done at the Oldenburg Arts and Cultural Community.  The outing took place at Jay Cooke State Park.  As usual, there were some poor clothing choices considering the weather.  Many of the students wore only thin cloth shoes and no socks.   A few of us had appropriate rain wear and foot wear and could have stayed out longer.

 

 

Stormy Lake

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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.

Fluid Dynamics

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Another visit to the St. Louis River as it flows through Jay Cooke State Park.