January 1st - January full moon at Split Rock LIghthouse.
Great Gray Owl
January 2nd - Gray Owls often winter in the Duluth area when food sources in Canada run short.
January 3rd - The Cason J Calaway arrives in Duluth on a frigid January morning.
Split Rock Lighthouse Full Moon
January 4th - January Full Moon at Split Rock Lighthouse.
Wisconsin Point Lighhouse
January 5th - Built in 1913, the Wisconsin Point Lighhtouses has stood watch over the Wisconsin Entry for more than 100 years.
January 6th - Shipping January has some unique challenges and the tug boats help the final boats come in through building ice.
Ellison Island Sunrise
January 7th - Located near SPlit Rock Lighthouse, A January sunrise always catches your eye.
January 8th - The full moon breaks out of the clouds on this cold January evening.
January 9th - Layers of sheet ice pile up on the Park Point shoreline.
Full Moon at Split Rock
January 10th - The January Full Moon transits up the horizon on a cold January evening.
Winter Sun Pillar
January 11th - A fast moving cold front cleared todays snowstorm with below zero temeratures and clearing skies.
January 12th - Lake Superior lets off steam as the last ship of the seson enters the Duluth Shipping Canal. -20F creates ice fog near the lake as frigid artic air envelopes the Northland.
Amnicon Falls Bowstring Bridge
January 13th - The Bowstring Bridge across the Amnicon River graces the beauty of this wonderful park located near Superior Wisconsin.
January 14th - January rollers come ashare at Split Rock Lighthouse.
Snowflake under a microscope.
White-tailed deer are one of the most beautiful of God's creatures and thrive abundantly in the northland. This pair stopped by to munch on some fresh alder brush less than a 1/4 mile from downtown Duluth.
Warm colors a a winter sunrise casts a glow over steam clouds rising from Lake Superior on this -35 below zero morning.
light from the northern lights flood over a winter landscape.