Thursday, April 11, 2013

Lake Superior - Wet and Wild

Although 50 MPH winds off Lake Superior puts a halt to shipping traffic, the high waves and icy spray seems to attract Duluthians and visitors alike to the shoreline to watch the big lake flex it's muscles.
I  stopped by this morning before the snow started to catch a glimpse of this awesome wonder.
Wish you were here!  View more pictures HERE
Dennis


11 comments:

  1. GREAT shots of the power of the waves and winds. Love to see this beautiful side of the lakes. Thanks for braving the conditions and sharing with us!!

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  2. Fantastic shots as always. Thanks much for sharing.

    (And I might trade the high winds for the 10" of heavy wet snow we got in the Cities.)

    -Dan

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  3. Dan,

    Well, looks like we might get both. Camera are blind now because of heavy snow.

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  4. What, no surfers?

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  5. I wish I was there...I loved storms like this when I lived there. Always meant a trip to Flood Bay to look for agates.

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  6. is there any way of getting these pics to Face Book! spectacular!!!!!!!!! :)

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  7. Can i
    buy an image?
    Beautiful!

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  8. These are very stunning captures of the big lake. I enjoy your photography, thanks for braving the elements.

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  9. Fantastic pictures, as usual!!! I do wish I could have been there to see this so thanks for sharing and braving the elements. I love looking at them.
    Therese from Davenport, Ia

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  10. I'm glad to see your pictures on line so I don't have to remember how beautiful the lake is but also how rough it can get. Love to be up there agate hunting right now. Keep up the good work Byron in Iowa

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