Autumn on the North Shore

Dan and I cannot get enough of Minnesota’s North Shore area.

MN State Parks north of the Two Harbors

MN State Parks north of the Two Harbors

The landscape is riddled with an abundance of beautiful scenery and waterfalls. Every time we take this trip, we stumble across something new. We enjoy the outdoors and what excitement the hiking trails of this area can bring especially during Autumn. This season marks the transition from Summer to Winter and in Minnesota, the green leaves give way to an array of colors providing a showy performance of red, orange, and yellows. In this post, we made a brief stop at Temperance River Falls, then were off to explore what we could find in the area.  As we made our way closer to Grand Marais, we ran across Honeymoon Bluff Trail which has an amazing lookout over Hungry Jack Lake (perfect for sunset images). Please enjoy the view in and around the area.

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19 thoughts on “Autumn on the North Shore

  1. Dan Traun says:

    Such an awesome area of natural beauty that we are fortunate enough to have nearby. Wonderful series of photos.

  2. Anne Olson says:

    I love going up there to shoot photos, The beauty of the North Shore amazes me every time I go. Beautiful photos !!!

  3. sleered@comcast.net says:

    Beautiful work.  I really LOVE that first image of the bridge.   Can you send that to me so I can have that made into one of those things I like.   🙂 I love you.  Sent from XFINITY Connect Mobile App

  4. avian101 says:

    Fantastic work Cynthia as always! – H.J. 🙂

  5. Eleazar says:

    Awesome!
    That makes me want to visit the place!
    Beautiful colours with the leaves of the trees.

  6. A beautiful place, beautifully captured.

  7. Tina Schell says:

    Beautiful captures Cynthia – I especially love the leaves of green and orange. Somehow that composition just calls to me.

  8. Jane Lurie says:

    HI Cynthia, Your abstracts and close-ups are gorgeous. The mood in your landscapes and the entire series is really lovely.

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