Over the next couple of weeks I’ll be posting exclusively landscapes. I’m going through some “throw-away” images, reworking some previously posted images and just re-posting some of my personal favorites.
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You can view my gallery of North Shore images directly by click here, just in case you’re search for a bit of inspiration.
Today’s image is a “throw-away” image, one I never intended on posting for a variety of reasons. It does represent some of the amazing characteristics of Lake Superior. For example, the lake is well known for its around the clock fog during the summer months. When warm, humid air runs up from the south and hits the notoriously cold water of the lake, bam…fog anytime of the day. I shot this image late in the day on a warm July afternoon two years ago. Fog can be a great landscape subject and Lake Superior often presents this opportunity. This particular image is of a “1000 footer” in harbor, Two Harbors, MN.