This group of young pine trees reminded me of a church with a tall steeple. Big Bay State Park.
The hiking trails along the southeastern edge of Big Bay State Park (where I camped on Madeline Island) provide excellent views of the granite rocks that line the shore of Lake Superior there.
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For the second half of my camping vacation last week, I drove up to Bayfield, Wisconsin, and took the 25 minute ferry ride to Madeline Island. As soon as I drove onto the ferry, I knew it was a good decision. I haven’t been to the island in at least 15 years, and it felt great to be heading back again.
This was the best sunset I witnessed last week. Trout Lake near Boulder Junction. That sliver of light near the top is a crescent moon.
I was taking a photo of this brilliantly colored
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zinnia Mexican sunflower when I noticed a tiny spider sitting on the edge of the stamen.
Sometimes the texture of the leaves is only revealed when the light is just right. I suppose the lesson is, you need to wait for the light if you want the truth to be illuminated.