This is a digitally modified photograph. A stream had washed away the soil exposing the roots of some trees. I altered the photograph to make light into shadow, and shadow into light. The result is what you see here. Far more captivating than the original.
The Free Range Film Festival is an annual event features films shown in a barn theater. We were treated to this stunning view exiting the theater one night. I could not reproduce this photo if I wanted to (I tried other nights). The clouds, the moonlight, the fog over a field of hay, all aligned for this one shot, in such a spectacular fashion.
At the very end of Park Point, we stumbled upon this unique situation. Someone had moved this recliner over a mile of hiking trails to this fantastic view of the Duluth Superior Harbor. Someone went through a lot of effort to be comfortable in the middle of no-where.
A ship leaving the Duluth harbor voyaging onto Lake Superior.
This is a building in the Superior, WI water works complex. I have absolutely no idea what this... thing... is used for.
I don't have much to say about this photo other than that there's something about it that keeps me intrigued. One of my all-time favorites.
This is a coal power plant on a small islet converted to a peninsula. The photo was taken from the Richard I. Bong Memorial Bridge about 70 to 100 feet off the ground. Someday I'd like to actually walk around on site taking photos of this great building, alas with 9/11 it's now a lot harder to get access to great locations like this.
A radio tower on Observation Avenue on top of Duluth, MN on a foggy night.