Sea Smoke 001
We came back from Georgia to quite a temperature change. Ice covered the shore in several places.
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The next morning with wind chills as low as -50 degrees, sea smoke rose from Lake Superior.
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It looked like a major storm over Artist Point but above the sea smoke was blue sky.
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It was mighty cold taking photos.
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It was beautiful. After the wind went down sea smoke created frost on the trees and rocks.
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Even the tree trunks were covered in hoar frost.
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This lone tree was all white.
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The rocks and ice were covered with frost, which gave them a soft appearance.
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As I walked back from Artist Point, the sunset gave a nice pink to the clouds as the near full moon cast its beam across the water.
Sam Cook did an article about my photography in the Duluth News Tribune "Northland Outdoors" this week. If you want to see it here is the link.