And here today we have the Mighty Mississippi, at Great River Bluffs State Park in southern Minnesota. This is the so called Driftless area, which was not directly covered by the most recent glaciation event, and so has very different terrain than much of the rest of Wisconsin and Minnesota
Today’s picture for you is (for me) a brand new waterfall.
This is Copper Falls, in Copper Falls State Park in Eastern Wisconsin, not far away from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Its not particularly tall, but there are a couple of falls and cascades. My pictures have them flanked and “skinned” in fall colors, and over the next few days, I intend to show them to you…
This is a shot of fall colors along the Gooseberry River, downstream of the three waterfalls. I took this picture from a bridge that spans it at this point, as part of the “Falls loop” trail around Gooseberry Falls State Park.
On the second day of my trip up North to see fall color, I got out of the hotel early enough to capture the rising sun. This is Flood Bay, just North of Two Harbors.
Longtime fans of my pictures will recall I captured some nice photos here back during my Great Spring 2009 Expedition to the North Shore. So, as I was driving North to Gooseberry and could see the beautiful palette to my right, I had to stop here at this favored spot and see if I could capture the sunrise.
*I* think I did a good job, myself…
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