Hollow Rock

Hollow Rock can be photographed on the property of Hollow Rock Resort which owned by Grand Portage Casino in Northern Minnesota

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Since we stayed in one of the 8 cabins they have on the property, we were lucky to have this rock formation right outside our front door. We spent the next few days capturing this magical landscape at different times of the day, but the sunrises were amazing! During the day, we took the time to explore the area and stumbled across many treasures all while producing wonderful memories (priceless).

Enjoy~

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16 thoughts on “Hollow Rock

  1. Beautiful images, I’ve been wanting to visit this site for some time, maybe this summer I’ll get there.

  2. Eleazar says:

    Ohh that’s wonderful!
    I saw similar geological formations in a recent trip to Malta.
    Nature is so mysterious and beautiful.
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. rabirius says:

    Great collection of photos.

  4. Tina Schell says:

    Very beautiful Cynthia – I love the sunset shot which really highlights the curve of the opening in the rock. The rock itself really reminds me of the one I saw on the coast of Oregon this summer. They’re amazing aren’t they?

  5. Wonderful body of work using a variety of techniques! I like the blurred seascapes and hope do some in Washington and Oregon in a few months with the sea stacks.

  6. Great shots, but I’m sure you could shoot this for the rest of your life and not have duplicates…

  7. Dan Traun says:

    This is a fantastic location to visit; the whole North Shore is pretty amazing. You have captured the natural beauty of it well.

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