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I love the movement in this photo. I went on a Duluth waterfront photo safari while my husband was doing a 26.2 mile inline Marathon along the North shore last Fall. It was a beautiful crisp morning.
There is no shortage of gulls to photograph. This one caught my eye because he chose to sleep in the middle of an empty parking lot all alone.
What lies beneath...
Can you guess what these are? They light up the iconic lift bridge at night.
Some local color.
I had some fun framing the lighthouse inside these loops.
A pigeon in a puddle.
Yikes! This spider was even scarier in person. In fact, I didn't even know Minnesota had such huge spiders. He was at least 3 inches across. Luckily, I'm on a new photo safari with the hubbs in tow. At J. Cook State Park. Hopefully he can save me from spider attacks. Uff da.
Jungle shrooms. O.K. Minnesota doesn't have jungles or tarantulas. But our woods are just as thick.
Raging Mountain rivers. O.K. we might not have Mountains either. Darn. But we can be Minnesota Wild.
P.S. You can also find my favorite Duluth photos at my Up to the Duluth category over at My 3rd Eye And just scroll down for more Duluth photos!