A frozen puddle on a cold April morning turns a reflection into an abstraction.
North pier lighthouse, Duluth, MN. Fujifilm GFX 100S, GF 30mm f3.5.
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.
The needle formation in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
On my recent trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota I had the opportunity to go up to the work site at the Crazy Horse Memorial. At this time, the most complete feature of the sculpture is the face. work is on going on the pointing hand and it will be several generations before the memorial is completed. When it is finished, it will stand as the largest sculpture on the planet.