Spring is finally here – add sunshine, rain and warmer temps
and what do you get……….Wildflowers!
|Forget-Me-Not (all 3 colors)|
|Common Blue Violet|
|Completely opened up, the falls are running rampant!|
|View from deck|
|Long exposure from the top|
|It’s always nice to see the arrival of the Common Loon in the harbor each spring|
|Thank you Sherry Mattson for the beautiful photos!|
|Manganese Falls has just opened up. It is not easy to get there yet and some shots are
still impossible to get to. Thanks Cherri for shooting me shooting – it’s good for a laugh!
Stay tuned for Manganese Falls progression photos….
|At the top of the falls|
|As close as I could get with the still deep snow!|
|How I got the photo above – thanks Cherri Allen 🙂 The things we do for photos|
|Thanks Cherri for this shot too|
The Lake Guardian is in Copper Harbor. It is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) largest Great Lakes’ research and monitoring vessel and the only self-contained, non-polluting research vessel on the Great Lakes.
|The water is flowing from Lake Manganese to Manganese Falls
but the falls have no opened up yet. Stay tuned!
|The snow mountains are getting bigger!|
|The ice is closing in.|
|Ice and a huge snow cloud moving in on Lake Superior|