On Saturday morning, I hiked down to the shoreline of Lake Superior to photograph the sunrise from the mouth of the Gooseberry River. I took a few photos but it was the sun reflected in the windows of the Lakeview Shelter that caught my eye. This time of year the rising sun is reflected in the small window panes of this beautiful log and stone building. Along with the reflections the early morning light also highlighted the dark red rock that was used to construct the building. The Lakeview Shelter along with several other buildings in Gooseberry Falls State Park was constructed in the 1930’s during the Great Depression by the young men in the Civilian Conservation Corps.