Where was that?
The Specifics: Standing at the boat launch on the south shore, looking north, just after midnight. The combination of the big dipper and low clouds make for a surreal scene.
The Specifics: Aerial view facing west, about ten minutes before sunrise.
The Specifics: Multiple exposure timelapse from a dock in Wolf Inlet, facing south.
The Specifics: Aerial sunrise highlighting the shadows and mist one September morning.
The Specifics: Aerial view, looking east at the exact moment that the sun crested the landscape.
The Specifics: View from a ski boat, one beautiful summer afternoon.
The Specifics: A scene from the top of the hidden waterfall pools adjacent to Bear Mountain.
The Specifics: Looking south at the Milky Way and Mars over Wolf Inlet. Behind us (to the north), the aurora borealis danced over the landscape.
The Specifics: An overhead view of a small marshy river running through the forest.
The Specifics: Taking in the fall colors from a dock on Loon Bay.
The Specifics: We came across this beautiful creature on our way back from taking a series of photos on Bear Lake.
The Specifics: An aerial perspective of a beautiful area on the north side of Kawagama Lake Road.
The Specifics: This was the spectacular view facing north while we were shooting Milky Way photos (see July, above) over Wolf Inlet.
The Specifics: On the evening/morning of September 4th and 5th (2019), the northern lights danced throughout the night. This photo was taken at 2:18am, facing north.