Winter, a time of light and shadow, shape and texture, and the contemplation of simplicity.
Category Archives: winter
John Beargrease Snow Pup Races
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I don’t usually do event or sports photography anymore but, this sounded like a fun way to spend an afternoon. On the weekend prior to the adult Beargrease sled dog race up the north shore of Minnesota, there is a … Continue reading
Setting The Scene
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Living in northern Minnesota means having to live through often harsh winters. However, having spent nearly thirty years working outdoors combined with a lifetime of playing outdoors, I choose to embrace the challenge of winter. Rather than staying home hunkered … Continue reading
Can You Feel the Cold?
Can you feel the water freezing, the wind howling and the snow blowing everywhere? This is northern Minnesota in the winter. Location: Gooseberry Falls State Park.
Frozen In Place
Big waves and freezing temps coat everything in their path with a glaze of ice.
This past week week we had a few foggy days with cooler temps which usually creates a frosted wonderland. Although I did not have the chance to really take advantage of the phenomenon, I did capture a few images and went out a couple of days later to try macro photography on what was left of the frost.
Cold morning air meets the slightly warmer water of Lake Superior.
Just a Hint of a Moon
Captured along a northern Minnesota back road.
Down By The Lake
In winter, Lake Superior creates with ice. Whether it’s by flinging it up on shore with gale force winds or simply by letting the surface freeze, something wonderful will result. On this particular day the sun was absent and the air was hazy, this spoke to me as perfect for monochrome imaging. This set of images were taken from the shoreline at Leif Erickson Park in Duluth. By the way, if you want to wander around the shoreline, bring ice grippers.