I visit the beaches of Lake Superior often, marveling at the incredible and endless combinations of weather. In a few short hours, one may witness the fog lifting, the sun glinting on the periwinkle blue lake, a fast moving violent grey green thunderstorm churning waves and pummeling craft, followed by a night of shooting stars and dancing Aurora Borealis. Truly, this is an awe inspiring natural wonder.
This series, Journaling Superior, is inspired by the Great Lake. Nature has documented the journey of the lake, from the deep grooves in the granite from long past glaciers to the natural depressions in the stone making tidal pools to reflect the sky. Nature continues to leave a mark, tossing driftwood on to the shore, tangled up in the exposed roots of determined trees, roots grasping and holding onto the fragile soil.