The lighthouse stands high above Lake Superior as storm clouds begin to roll in.
FOGGY, FOGGY LIGHT
The thick fog, which is typical of Lake Superior, was already beginning to hide the lighthouse from view as I set up to take this photo. Such chilling fog can roll in quickly on the big lake and is one of the reasons the lighthouse was established.
This photo is also on display at the Cross River Heritage Center Gallery during September, 2012.
The Lighthouse at Split Rock reflects the beauty of Lake Superior. On this day in early fall, I found the the sunset reflecting from the clouds as the moon rose above the fresh snowfall. I was all alone on the shoreline and the moment was absolutely magic! I have taken thousands of photos of the lighthouse, but never have I felt the beauty of the famous setting as I found it that evening.