Yesterday, I went down to Cascade River State Park to photograph the river and do a one-on-one with an excellent photographer who had flown into Minnesota from the west coast. He and I photographed the waterfalls on the river in the park. The water was running high for this time of year — it was at near spring runoff levels. The crowning jewel of the state park is the Cascades of the Cascade River. It’s so neat seeing the ice formations next to the waterfalls. You can see here how much higher the river was earlier in the week by looking at the ice formations next to the waterfall. In another area, it was apparent that the levels were so high that they would rival a massive runoff year. So wild for November!