Sea Smoke Sunrise
-22F produces magnificent scenery around Lake Superior.
A Laker arrives in Duluth Through thick Sea Smoke.
Buck in the Bushes
A large whitetailed buck hangs out in the woods above the Duluth Harbor.
Even in mid winter, the lights of Duluth make it warm.
January 8th - The full moon breaks out of the clouds on this cold January evening.
Extreme cold weather produces incredible scenes around Lake Superior during December and January.
Cold Arrival at Duluth
Sea smoke envelopes the CSL Assiniboine as it arrived in Duluth in zub zero temperatures.
The historicalLocomotive 28 travels the North Shore Scenic Railway in Duluth.
Duluth Arial Lift Bridge backlit by a winter senset.
Ice steam rises through the iron gridwork of the Duluth Aerial Lift Bridge on this -20F December morning.
Mallard in the Cold
A mallard duck stands in the frigid cold on the only open water in December.
Ice Bench- Waiting for Summer
Cold seating is all that is available along the Duluth Lakewalk in the winter months.
Tug BAYFIELD did much of its work here in Duluth-Superior Harbor for the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Sunlight streams from behind the North Pier Lighthouse
January 9th - Layers of sheet ice pile up on the Park Point shoreline.
January 6th - Shipping January has some unique challenges and the tug boats help the final boats come in through building ice.
January 3rd - The Cason J Calaway arrives in Duluth on a frigid January morning.
Located next to the Marine Museum, the Tug Bayfield sits on display after many years of work in the harbor.