As I was driving back from Silver Bay, Minnesota where I did some long exposure photography, I noticed these old pier supports and decided to investigate. They are in a small bay where the Split Rock River runs into Lake Superior. I really enjoyed how the ice had formed on the wood and wished I had taken more time to study them further. At the time I was frustrated by my variable neutral density filter creating artifacts in some of the images which meant I couldn’t get the creamy water effect I was after. I plan to pay a visit to the camera store where I purchased the filter and see what they have to say.