I couldn’t resist using the bent tree as a frame to hold the waterfall.
Morning sun filtered through the mist generated by Gooseberry Falls.
Dawn over Lake Superior next to the north pier of the Duluth entry to the harbor.
The weather is finally warming and various signs of spring are showing up in nature, including insects.
While making one last visit to see the pelicans I spotted this fly warming itself on an information plaque.
Spring flow on the St. Louis River as it flows through Jay Cooke State Park.
Morning light accents the roots of a cedar tree along the Gooseberry River.
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Every year around mid-April, a large number of pelicans arrive to spend time on the St. Louis River near Duluth. Photographers and sightseers alike come out to view the birds and enjoy their layover.
Walking out on the north pier to watch the sun rise over Lake Superior and the light on these rocks caught my eye. I wonder how many guests in the row of hotels were awake to see this morning’s offering?
Shortly before the sun broke the horizon. Shot from the north pier with a view of both lighthouses. Captured using my Loawa 17mm f/4 on Fujifilm GFX 100s.
It was a chilly morning for late April and no puddle went unfrozen.