from flickr user Emily Bemily
Taken on March 21, 2012, this low-to-the-ground photo of Rice's Point in Duluth, MN shows that even though winter was long gone in the southern part of the state, northern Minnesota still experienced foggy days as the ice on Lake Superior broke up. I can believe that during my travels to Duluth that I have missed this true gem of the lakefront. An amazing subject -- on that I hadn't heard of until today -- and fact that the photographer used the perspective technique quite well makes it worthy of being the Best of MinnPics for March 2012.
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at 12:45 PM | Thursday, December 20, 2012