The end of March marks the resurgence of photography for me. The cold, short days give way as spring tries to take hold and daylight savings brings later sunrises. I try to take advantage of this for a chance at sunrise photographs from the MN North Shore, being I am 2.5-3 hours away depending on where I want to be.
Last month, I decided to start at Split Rock Lighthouse and work my way towards Duluth. Sunrise was supposed to be clear, but thankfully some remnant clouds were to the north east, and the sunrise kicked off some great colors.