We went hiking at Judge C.R. Magney State Park and finally checked out Devil’s Kettle Falls! The waterfall on the left has always been a mystery to researchers. No one could figure out where the water was going after it fell into the pothole, but, it sounds like there might have finally be some answers. I’m not sure what they figured out, but we think it’s kind of fun to not know!
Our Mesquite Street studio: We are so happy to have this shared *indoor* space with Richline Technical. VinOyin🍷🙏 yoga will be held here tomorrow evening ➡️This is our backup studio for deck classes☃️☔ for cold/rainy weather
➡️Registered participants are notified at least an hour before by text📲if class will be held here instead of the boat deck
➡️Its located less than 5mins from the boat at 114 N Mesquite Street in Downtown CC... its the building with the 'Welcome to Corpus' mural!🎨
The combination of the big waves and the amazing sunrise was breathtaking this morning!
My Gear & Settings
🔹 Camera: @Canon 6D
🔹 Lens: Canon 24–105mm f/4 L
🔹 Focal Length: 105 mm
🔹 Aperture: f/6.3
🔹 ISO: 100
🔹 Mode: Manual
🔹 Exposure Time: 1/30 second
Fall's lesser known season starts to peak as the maples and Birch near the end of their peak season. Tamarack trees are deciduous conifers found only in northern bogs, these delicate trees loose their needles each fall and grow in overlooked places like swamps and bogs. They can be found along the back roads and in the boundary Waters. Wetlands are delicate eco systems and are best explored by driving by or paddling in a canoe. You'll recognize them as you cruise along by their pure golden brilliance. Enjoy! #donorthmn#onlyinmn#visitcc#onlyinmnfall#midwestlife#tamarack
Unseasonably chilly weather in MN has us thinking about what’s just around the corner. This shot was taken on a “chilly” January evening - around 20 below - on the North shore of Lake Superior. Even more challenging than navigating the icy rocks was working with limited dexterity in our frozen fingers as we composed this shot.
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“November in October” - What a crazy fall it's been. It kind of feels like the last half of September and first half of October were taken away and replaced with November. High winds, cold temperatures, snow and copious amounts of rain have replaced what is often one of the nicest times of the year. However, even with the dreary weather we've had a beautiful fall. The leaf colors were really nice this year. And right now all the rivers are running at levels comparable to spring runoff.
The Pigeon River, for example, has risen 4 feet in the last 5 days. The high water means there's a lot of mist and at night it's been dipping below freezing so that mist is creating ice on a lot of the vegetation surrounding High Falls. We often see this happening in November and December but I've never seen it happen this early before. It sure is pretty! #grandportagestatepark#visitcc#pigeonriver#waterfalls#waterfallsofinstagram