Anna Hergert, Art & Design

Lake Superior Experience II – Agawa Beach

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My travel report continues for one more blog post… I had hoped to share with you some great sunrises and images of where we are getting ready for the family wedding.

Sunrises here are uneventful – the sun peaks over the small island in front of the cottage and immediately rises. There is no mist, no wispy cloud to change the color, just bright blue sky and the bright sun which makes for a very bleached out image.

Instead I am posting some of the images I shot at Agawa Beach at Lake Superior. We stopped at the interpretive center and checked for new information since 2008. It was quite busy – mostly due to the great weather! Then it was time to venture to the actual beach… A great sight awaited us: The vast lake, a sandy beach with very little driftwood and small pebbles washed over by the gentle surf. What a great experience!

Enjoy today’s images and keep your fingers crossed that we can get the rest of the work accomplished before the first guests arrive tomorrow.

This entry was published on August 21, 2012 at 6:06 am. It’s filed under Journaling, Landscape photography, Nature photography, Nature's Art, Travel and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

4 thoughts on “Lake Superior Experience II – Agawa Beach

  1. We’ve been spoiled by Western sunrises, eh? 🙂 That drift wood is so textural…with so many lines that catch the eye!

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    • I have been able to capture a couple of sunrises and sunsets over the past two weeks that rival the prairie experience…
      We will try to stop at Agawa Beach on our way home – hopefully the weather holds…

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  2. absolutely superb photographs…I went to Lake Superior once many years when I lived in Canada, but I was very young..maybe one day I’ll return…meanwhile I really enjoyed looking at your photos.

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    • Thank you so much for the feedback on my images. Lake Superior is definitely worth returning to Canada for! I only know the Canadian side but feel I have a long way to see every beautiful spot there is… Here is hoping for more photo ops on the way home later in September…

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