My wife and I were in Grand Marais over the past few days. One one of the mornings, I worked my way down to the lake for some photographs. One of the things that caught my attention was the way the sun reflected off of the rocks as the waves passed back to the lake.
In between the rain showers we had yesterday, I was able to get out and photograph some of the flowers my wife has around the yard. The lines of the petals caught my attention. I decided to convert them the black and white before taking the photographs, because the color overpowered the lines.Read details
We had some odd weather today. It was sunny for a short time, then we would get a heavy snow shower for a short time, then back to sunny. It happened on and off all day.
I was hoping that the on again, off again weather would help turn out a colorful sunset. I made my way down to the lake about an hour before sunset and setup for a shot. The clouds never made it near the sun, but the sunset was really red.
After almost hitting 70 last weekend, winter decided to sneak a snow storm in on us. We got over 6 inches of snow last night. When I woke up this morning, this little mourning dove, one of two that have returned again this year, was sitting on the fence overlooking the bird feeders.
When I woke up this morning, I noticed the thick fog. I decided on my way to work to stop down by the lake and see if the sun would work for some shots of the fish houses on the lake. Unfortunately, the fog was too thick.
What I did notice was this row of trees lining the edge of the lake along Library Park to Diamond Point Park. The fog caused the trees to disappear in the white.