Shoreline Rocks of Lake Superior

The shoreline rocks of Lake Superior dominated my attention as I walked the North shore of Madeline Island. Even above the water line they came in many shapes and colors but for reasons unknown to me, they were all about the same size.

Add the clear, cold water of Lake Superior and the colors explode. They become vibrant, vivid and brilliant, with a huge range of abstraction, from a hint of surface distortion to full blown nonrepresentational art.

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Shore rocks of Lake Superior.Even the rocks above the waterline of Lake Superior had color. Although the red is the Autumn color of a Maple leaf.

The shoreline of Lake Superior.Add water and the magic begins.

Shore rocks of Lake SuperiorA note about Lake Superior. North America’s largest lake holds 10% of the worlds fresh water. Now that’s a whole lot of refreshing sips.

Shore rocks of Lake SuperiorCould almost be a Monet.

The shoreline rocks of Lake Superior.

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About Britt Runyon

A New Mexico based free roaming outdoor digital photographer, always on the qui vive for what Nature and humans provide.
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