from flickr user David Clark
A classic view of Split Rock Lighthouse along Minnesota's North Shore -- with a little twist. On this beautiful March day, the ice on Lake Superior was melting and clearing out, but just enough was left to be beautiful and blue in this shot. (As it turns out, a month later, the ice in Superior harbor still hadn't cleared out!) While most people use this particular vantage point along Lake Superior to capture the majestic Split Rock Lighthouse, the photographer instead used the lighthouse as a distant background and focused on the action in the waters of Lake Superior. Well done and quite the gem for the Best of MinnPics 2014 - March!
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at 6:15 AM | Wednesday, December 17, 2014