Recently I had the opportunity to spend several days in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Although I have been there many times, this trip has to rank as having had the best weather I’ve ever experienced on a canoe trip. Temps were in the mid-seventies, winds were light or nonexistent, it only rained once for just a brief but intense shower and the lakes were often like a mirror. Come along as I revisit the route in a series of blog posts and dream of being there in person.
Shovel Point at Tettegouche State Park as seen from Palisade Head.
A cheerful start to the week, one of many wildflowers that grow alongside roads and paths in northern Minnesota.
While enjoying another artist’s work, I couldn’t help but notice the alignment of the two structures.
Alignment, placement, compositional choices.
Evidence, what once was, is no longer.
Danger, foghorn is very loud.