The path across the swinging bridge at Jay Cooke State Park is crunchy underfoot as a new blanket of snow makes the shores and forest surrounding the St. Louis River white and frosty.
The sun filters through the splendid gazebo at the Rose Garden in Duluth Minnesota.
Bridge in streaks of light. Duluth, Minnesota’s famous landmark, the anchor of the Canal Park district, is lit up on an early spring evening as tourists flock to nearby hotspots.
Door County’s famed winding road, designed by famed landscape designer Jens Jensen, weaves its way through the northern tip of the peninsula, while a gentle flurry refreshes the wintery blanket of snow. The road is situated without advertisement or fanfare at the end of Highway 42 between Gills Rock and Northport Pier, where the Washington Island Ferry docks.
Rustic shoulders of stone and concrete bear the weight of the swinging bridge at Jay Cooke State Park near Cloquet, Minnesota. This photo was taken on a cool, foggy March afternoon in 2012. The bridge was badly damaged by historic flooding in the area a few months later.
A statue of an old fisherman on a foggy spring afternoon in Canal Park, near Lake Superior, in Duluth, Minnesota.