Saw her the day after she fell back in October of 1989. I think it was October 13th after a big gale storm in that day.
The Paavola Wetlands Preserve is located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and belongs to the Keweenaw Land Trust (KLT).
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Over the winter ice forms and is broken up blown toward shore and begins to pile up on shore and over shallow water. I have seen piles more than 8 meters high (above the water level). Waves smash against the ice, sometimes undercutting it. With enough wave action the water may cut a hole up through a section of ice several meters in from the edge. Then with more ice blown to this shore some of it enters the ice cave/tunnel and spews out the hole (like lava from a volcano) and forms an ever larger rim of ice around the hole. Pretty spectacular to watch the eruptions during a storm! Maybe someday I'll get some good fotos of that!
Beautiful photo! It makes me envy photographers who live in cold climates.
Only about half-way up the snowy part.
L; great shot...cheers!
I represent Judges Postcards Ltd, who will be printing the local scene calendar for St Giles Hospice in Lichfield.
St Giles would like to use this picture in their 2013 calendar.
This helps raise funds for the Hospice.
Would it be possible to have your permission, with a high resolution image and the credit you would like to have printed on the calendar.
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I would suggest you come visit and check out the country we have over here...