The North Shore Waterfalls Start to Flow
It’s been a long winter with a late spring. The temperatures in March were 8 degrees below normal, which kept the snow and ice frozen in the hills. Over the last week, the temperatures have hit the 40s and stayed above freezing at night, so the ice is finally turning to liquid. The streams are starting to flow. This morning I spent some time on Lake Superior trying to get a sunrise picture, but the sun is starting to set so far inland — it’s hard to get a good vantage point. After the sun came up, I photographed a small stream in the Butterwort Cliffs SNA.