The newly rebuilt swinging bridge provides a path across the St. Louis River at Jay Cooke State Park, near Cloquet, Minnesota. A crisp, cold winter morning sets the stage for an ominous sunrise.
A mighty steel bridge on the Willard Munger State Trail, near Jay Cooke State Park outside Cloquet, Minnesota, spans the Saint Louis River on a crisp winter morning.
Photographed a few months prior to its destruction by historic floods, the swinging bridge at Jay Cooke State Park near Cloquet, Minnesota hangs proud on a cool March morning.
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.
I went back into the archives to the original capture that was the basis for one of my most popular prints, “One Daisy Stands Out From The Bunch,” and created this all-new, more colorful version, with a soft, but colorful palette that looks like an aged 60’s postcard. This was taken along the shores of Big Lake in Cloquet, Minnesota several years ago, and retouched using Nik Software’s Snapseed program.
A lakeside tree enveloped in hoar frost on a cool late-winter morning. Taken in March 2012 on Big Lake, near Cloquet Minnesota.