(Photo by Monica Isley) A riotous burst of color in Burlington Bay announces the arrival of the new sun. Once up, it disappeared into a haze so that those who arose later missed the show. Sunrise today was 7:09 a.m., and tomorrow will be 3 minutes and 24 seconds longer than today.
(Photo by Monica Isley) It may be March, and spring may officially be less than two weeks away, but Two Harbors' popular breakwater gave onto steam and ice on Thursday. Frigid air temps caused the mist to rise from the open water, while the frozen stuff still hugs the shore.
(Photo by Monica Isley)
Despite the lack of clouds for dramatic contrast, the fresh new sun manages to paint Monday with promising colors, and those who waited along the shore were rewarded for their patience.
Photo by Monica Isley
Take one part shooting into the sun, add two parts lake effect, and the resulting photograph is out of this world. When the weather is misbehaving in any way, that's when the best photo opportunities usually present themselves. This was shot last Sunday, when the temperatures were well below zero. Frigid air, colliding with the warmer waters of Lake Superior, create an almost-eerie mist.
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