North Shore
Lake Superior Minnesota

Photograph Details:
The first time that I visited Lake Superior I was 7. I remember driving into Duluth from the east and thinking that our car was going to plunge right into that huge body of water. Well, we made it out alive, as the highway curves to the north as you enter the city limits of Duluth. Minnesota’s North Shore is a photographic gold mine. From the lift bridge in Duluth to the boulder filled shorelines near Two Harbors, the sailboats mored in Grand Marias, Gooseberry Falls and of course the Splitrock Lighthouse.

Photographer:
Paul Heckel
Heckel Photography

Technical Details:
Canon 5Ds with
Canon EF 24-105mm f/4L
1.3 seconds @ f11

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”Those who have never seen Superior get an inadequate idea by hearing it spoken of as a lake; Superior is a sea; It breeds storms and rain and fog like a sea. It is cold, masterful, and dreaded.”
— Rev. George Grant
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