Autumn color and winter snow merge together as one season shifts to the next.
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On Friday, November 11th, I spent time on Park Point in Duluth to not only enjoy a cool snowy morning, but to also photograph the many surfers that came to ride the waves.
Sometimes nature does the art and we just have to be there to document the creation.
Today is Black Friday and once again I have chosen to #OptOutside. Minnesota State parks were open to the public with free admission today and I visited Jay Cooke State Park. It looks like I wasn’t the only one making tracks to the outdoors.
New snow and wind are creating new shapes and textures on the landscape.
Animal tracks in the snow seeking the summit?
So wonderfully shaped, yet so cold and uninviting.
At the very point of Stoney Point along the north shore of Lake Superior was the dividing line of open water and ice.
The Temperance River flows into Lake Superior. The clouds on the horizon warn of an incoming snow squall that will make driving interesting as I head back to Duluth.
Every time I open Lightroom and see the images in the collection, I can’t help seeing something new. A little while later, something wonderful emerges. It’s almost, but not quite enough to make me wish we would get another good snow with wind so I can go out and capture more drifts.