While out at the Duluth Rose Garden over the weekend I had a break in covering an event so I got to wander around and explore. I found a lot of Painted Lady butterflies enjoying […]
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After the rain cleared out I ventured up to Tettegouche State Park to take a hike and visit the High Falls on the Baptism River. I had not been back there in probably 10 years. […]
I stopped in at Gooseberry Falls State Park for a few minutes before an event at Split Rock to check out how high the water was after the overnight thunderstorms. I was not disappointed! The […]
While Hurricane Harvey is dumping rain on the Houston area, Duluth got a modest couple of inches depending on what part of town you were in. This rain lead to the creeks and rivers flowing […]
Late May and Early June means a chance at capturing some of the beautiful wildflowers in the forests of Northern Minnesota. In particular I was at Jay Cooke State Park where I encountered both Trillium […]
Near the end of the on ice season, I finally was able to get out to see the ice caves at the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore. As of last Sunday evening just over 138,000 people […]
Some of the more common birds that are hanging out this winter in Northern Minnesota.
A few highlights from the afternoon field session out photographing birds in the Sax Zim Bog. The morning started with an indoor slideshow and discussion as part of the Sax Zim Bog Festival taking place […]
One of my photographs is included in the show starting Friday January 8th and running through February 7th as part of ‘Intense Beauty – Plants up Close’ an annual juried photography exhibit. Members of the […]
A few lighting photos from the storms last Saturday evening…The orange glow is the light pollution of the Minneapolis area as seen in the Southwest Metro.