Split Rock Sky with Singh Ray Blue Gold Polarizer
Split Rock Lighthouse State Park is home to one of the most visited lighthouses in the country. But few realize that this location is also home to “Little Two Harbors,” an old fishing village early in this century. There are few remanents of the village, but I can image there were times when men were rowing around this area with large nets catching rainbow trout and herring.
To get this image I put on the insulated waders and walked in up to my chest with $10,000 of camera equipment in my hand. It was worth it! This image was made using a blue/gold polarizer…a filter that screws on the lens and works like polarized sunglasses, cutting glare and certain wavelengths of light, enhance the blue and red/yellow of the light spectrum.
- Lake Superior Sky with Singh Ray Blue-Gold Polarizer
- The Crossing at Split Rock River
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