Here’s a photo I took while hiking into the Titcomb Basin of the Wind River Range. There were so many lakes to see along the way, each with its own unique view of the mountains! While passing, I always find myself pondering about how much I wish to return to camp at each lake and take in its unique beauty from sunrise to sunset. 8/20/2017
The picturesque hidden falls of Nerstrand Big Woods State Park. This park is about an hour south of Minneapolis and holds one of the last examples of big woods vegetation in MN. 6/24/2017
Shovel Point, MN – July 24th 2016. An ideal Minnesota summer view. The day started with bacon, OJ, punk rock and a 9-mile run around a soggy forest loop up in Grand Marais. After a few chilly dips in the lake, the objective was to venture down to Tettegouche for a view of that ol’ Shovel Point.
I took this photo at the end of a long and soggy day on the Superior Hiking Trail. It had been pouring all day, but the rain magically stopped as soon as I stumbled into my campsite. The forest came alive with golden sun rays pouring through the endless moss-riden trees. This trail is located along the Lake Superior shoreline of Minnesota and is well known to backpackers.
Photo of the Lake Superior shoreline covered with a thick blanket of mist. The Lafayette Bluff Tunnel can be seen in the distance.
I found this very large Leopard frog sitting on a path in Lebanon Hills Regional Park. I salute your insect eating success good sir. f/11, 1/15 sec, ISO-100, 39mm