As you head north along the North Shore of Minnesota on Highway 61, you encounter a couple of tunnels. This is the first and the larger of the two, Silver Creek Cliff. This tunnel is about 8 miles south of Gooseberry State Park.
Today’s picture for you starts a series of pictures from my Saturday trip. This view should be familiar to those of you who follow my pictures on a regular basis. This is the city of Duluth, at the end of Lake Superior, from the Thompson Hill overlook.
Given the cloudy and overcast conditions, I decided to convert a lot of my pictures on the trip on Saturday to monochrome.
Okay, I suppose with me selecting these pictures of Mountains, I am really in need of a long distance vacation. After all, I didn’t go very far last year.
These mountains are seen from the Lamar Valley in Yellowstone, and I don’t quite remember which mountain range these belong to. Yes, my friends, there are enough mountain *ranges* in Yellowstone that you can confuse them…
I’ve never been particularly fortunate in my photographic opportunities in taking pictures of the Tetons, the signature mountain range in Wyoming and in the eponymous park. This picture I took in the pre-DSLR era, and I do wish I had had a DSLR back then…since subsequent visits have had less photogenic weather.
I don’t take many pictures of people, its true. Here is one of those exceptions to that rule.
This is Kerri Miller, host of a program on Minnesota Public Radio every day between 9 and 11 am. The topics vary widely, and even better, she is an avowed bibliophile.