Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Lake Superior Sunrise

With summer winding down, the azimuth of the sunrise is tracking further south each day. There will soon be a "touch of Fall" in the air and leaves will begin to change colors.
In this picture, the sunrise is framed by the Aerial Lift Bridge. Today, the sun rose 45 minutes later than it did in late June, I guess I better start working on the firewood pile again.

7 comments:

  1. grew up in superior live in mpls thanks for all your incredible photos they bring joy and peace to all

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  2. these are great. haven't been to duluth in too long

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  3. Loved your pics. all summer long. Look forward to some beautiful fall shots.

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  4. How come the bay's water is looking so red today?

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  5. The water is red from red clay that was washed into the harbor from recent rainfall totaling up to 6 inches in some areas.
    The phenomenon is normal, it is just more noticeable this time because of the large amount of inflow.
    Much of the harbor and tributaries have steep clay banks.

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  6. If I can't be in Duluth, at least I can look at some wonderful shots and feel like I am right there looking at the lake!!!!!!! Thank you for your wonderful pics!!!!!

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  7. I love your sunrise pictures,i love all your work,

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