Blog 365 - northernimages

Blog 365

The cycles of the seasons is evident everywhere and is packaged into each  year with the passage of time.

This journal documents my best  images as well as memories of the past 12 months of capturing images of life and creation.

This journal is a perpetual rolling review  and images will be added and removed as time cycles ahead.

I hope you enjoy your visit.


  • Gooseberry Upper Falls

    Gooseberry Falls State Park located 20 miles norther of Two Harbors is one of those must see places too visit in April.

  • Cold Weather Departure

    The Algolake departs Duluth on a frigid (-20F) December morning with the sun rising through the sea smoke to welcome the shiop back onto Lake Superior.

  • Sunrise Freighter

    The freighter Cornelia waits at anchor to load grain in Duluth.

  • Saint Louis River

    Autumn in Jay Cooke Park is a fascinating experience, especially in the autumn.

  • Saint Louis River - Thomson

    High water flow in the St Louis River is making for some spectacular autumn pictures this year.

  • Autumn Flow - Gooseberry Falls

    Unusually high rainfall made it a great October for waterfall photography, especially at Gooseberry.

  • Daybreak at Palisade

    The first light of morning breaks over Lake Superior as the clouds caught the light for a brief moment before hiding the sun once again.

  • Waiting for the Light

    A photographer stands on the Duluth Lighthouse breakwall waiting for the sunrise on a cool September morning.

  • Autumn Arrival

    The 1000ft Paul R Tregurtha arrived in Duluth just as the light of dawn was breaking over Lake Superior.

  • Sunrise Freighter

    The freighter Cornelia waits at anchor to load grain in Duluth.

  • Lake Superior Evening

    A quit evening on Lake Superior at Canal Park in Duluth.

  • Looking Up!

    Sometimes when we look at life from a different perspective, things look better.

  • Marsgracht arriving Duluth

    Marsgracht arriving under the Duluth Lift Bridge with wind turbine parts.

  • Lift Bridge Reflections

    A February full moon over the harbor.

  • Mushing to a win!

    Ryan Anderson guides his dogs through the snow on the last few miles of the 370 mile Joh Beargease Sled Dog Marathon.

  • Golden Lights

    With the water of Lake Superior still at at relatively wam 40F, Sea Smoke boils up into the first artic blast of the year in Duluth.

  • October Sunset - Caribou Lake

    Days are getting shorter and the leaves are gone, but the good thing is, that sunsets are getting longer.

  • Sunrise Freighter

    The freighter Cornelia waits at anchor to load grain in Duluth.

  • Oberg Mountain

    Autumn is breaking out all over the Northland and Oberg Mountain is a perfect place to view the wonders of creation.

  • Aurora Borialis

    A passing solar storm triggered the Northern Lights into a midnight light show.

  • Surf's Up!

    An April Noreaster stirs up Lake Superior into a powerful display wind and waves.

  • Deep Winter

    With lake ice thickening and long lasting sunsets upon us, the beauty of winter is revealed.

  • Hot Air, Cool Night

    September brings longer nights to the Northland and there is nothing like a Hot Air Balloon Festival to keep you wam in Duluth.

  • Though the Light

    With the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge lit in teal color to bring attention to ovarian cancer, a laker arrives for another load of taconite.

  • Federal Kushiro

    The Federal Kushiro rides the waves of Lake as another day breaks over the Northland.

  • Duluth Twilight

    Canal Park Drive is an activity center in winter and summer. With the breaking of Spring, young and old flock to Canal Parks for walks, eating out, and activities at the DECC.

  • Lake Superior Ice Shards

    During late February the surface ice on Lake Superior begins to break up into piles along the shoreline. The ice prisms act like odd shaped lenses that reflect and refract light much like window panes. If you have ice cleats, making your way through the ice fields can make for a fantastic photo trip.

  • Daisy in a Bubble

    It seems impossible to stuff a flower into a dew drop, but, this is actually a refracted image within the drop of the larger flower placed behind it.

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