The cold temperature caused the spray from each wave to add coat after coat of ice to the surrounding trees and shrubs. Notice the photographer in the upper center of the photo to grasp how much ice you are looking at.
On President’s Day, 60 to 70 mile an hour winds created huge waves along the North Shore in the area of Tettegouche State Park. Wave after wave crashed into the cliffs sending the spray into the adjacent forest.
I asked Travis to take this photo of me for the profile page of the 2012 Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center calendar. My photos will be represented in this fundraising calendar which will be sold by school kids to help pay for a three to five day trip for their class to the environmental learning center.