CURRENT GRAND MARAIS SCENES
For those of you who miss the monthly updates to this webpage and have not checked out other Internet sites at which I post photos on almost a daily basis, please check out my blog at www.agatelady.blogspot.com. I also have Facebook pages. Unfortuantely, there are more than one. My main personal Facebook page is at https://www.facebook.com/karen.brzys . I have checked in the past how one can merge Facebook pages. The task is not easy if not impossible. I’ll have to revisit this again. If any of you know how to merge FB pages, please email me at Karen@agatelady.com.
For this webpage update, I have selected some of my favorite pictures from the Fall and early Winter. Let’s begin with a couple of photos from the Chapel Loop hike I did with friends in October.
A fall sunset from the beach in Grand Marais.
Here are a few pictures I took during the early winter months in November and December. We received a huge amount of snow in December with one multi-day blizzard that dumped more than two feet of the white stuff.
One of the reasons I purchased a camera with a powerful built in zoom lens is to have the ability to quickly capture photos of animals. Below are two pictures I took of white tail deer and one of a muskrat.
This is the third winter in a row that we have received a lot of snow. If we would not have had the partial melt in December, we would be even more buried than we are right now. Pictures taken the first few weeks of 2015 show just how much snow we have received.
First, here is a formation in the shelf ice (that we locals call icebergs). These two photos were taken a few weeks apart.
More winter photos…..
The depth of the snow as of early February is shown in the two pictures below. The first photo is of a garage located out on Coast Guard Point. The second photo shows the snow depth on the south side of my house.
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