It would have been a better morning to be enjoying the solitude of the forest and the sound of the small waterfall, however, the mosquitos considered the solo photographer a tasty breakfast meal.
Killing time when you have a six hour layover. Time to break out the cribbage board.
Just looking at this image gives me chills. An icy cliff face at Gooseberry Falls State Park on a typical northern Minnesota winter day. Temps in the mid-teens, wind gusts around 30mph, waves crashing on the rocks and snow blowing off the cliff.
As I stared at this image I found myself following objects that led to other objects, then up a vertical shape, across a walkway on a bridge, down a ramp and back to where I started.
An old relic looking out on the lake and a ship awaiting it’s turn to load cargo.
Along the shore of Lake Superior, Duluth, MN. Fujifilm GFX 100s, Fujinon 45-100mm, Silver Efex Pro.
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A bright, sunny day and the child within ponders the possibilities.
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Summer has passed us by, autumn is shedding her brilliant cloak and I wander along a pathway that leads to the coming winter.
Canon 5D S, Tamron 10-24mm, processed in Silver Efex Pro.