A study of fluid motion on the Black River, Pattison State Park, Wisconsin.
A little further down river, in Jay Cooke State Park, the river rages.
Spring is getting a chance to melt the snow and with the addition of some rain, the dam needs to start letting water loose on the St. Louis River.
On a recent March day, the wind was calm, Lake Superior was like a mirror and it was a good day to fly the drone. I captured this shot of the Lester River where it enters the lake and was fortunate to have a canoe paddling nearby for scale.
Another visit to the St. Louis River as it flows through Jay Cooke State Park.
An incredible combination of cold and water, this time on the Temperance River, Temperance River State Park in Minnesota.
Or just the usual viewed differently?
Nature does art on the river.
Correction: I have mis-identified the Kettle River as the St. Croix River, sorry for any confusion.
The Kettle River is one of several scenic rivers in Minnesota. From it’s humble beginnings to where it meets up with the St. Croix River, it offers many miles of boating, fishing and hiking. The section of the river that runs through Banning State Park has peaceful, calm areas, as seen looking upriver from the access point. But, as the signs warns, up ahead are challenging rapids.
Early morning along the St. Louis River.
Along the Deschutes River in Bend, Oregon is an area of softer volcanic rock that has been worn away by the action of water and spinning rocks, creating potholes. This is a common feature along many rivers, including the St. Croix on the Minnesota and Wisconsin border. The interplay of shape and light tricks the eye into imagining most anything…so what do you see?