Yin and Yang

On my last trip to Marquette, the road that runs around Presque Isle hadn’t been opened for the season yet, so I had to walk about a mile to get out to the area near Black Rocks. I was glad I did, since there were some interesting ice/snow formations that were gone within two days […]

Frozen Woods

I’ve tried a handful of times to visit Marquette’s Black Rocks (at Presque Isle) before sunrise, to catch the sun coming up over Lake Superior. I’ve only manage it once where there weren’t too many clouds to actually see some sun. As a result, I’ve played around a lot with long exposure images, since it […]

Erie Winter

Another version of a similar shot I posted recently… the same corner at Magee Marsh, but after about 15 minutes, the strong wind had completely changed the cloud structure and much more blue was visible. It felt very backward, given that there is no blue in the water. This is also pulled back a bit […]

Frozen Rose

One one of my trips north, during the winter months, I’d stopped at Lake Superior on the edge of Marquette to look for a chance to take some ice photos. The weather wasn’t cooperating, however, and was very overcast and the light was very bad. That turned out to be perfect for a shot of […]

Exploding Winter

During one of my winter stops at Presque Isle in Marquette, shooting various ice formations, I found a spot where the water was flowing enough under the ice that the waves were splashing up through it in places. It kind of looked like the ice was repeatedly exploding.  Download: Exploding_Winter-Asgard_Photography_IMG_4458.jpg Camera Settings F-stop: f/11 Exposure: 1/1600 […]

Frozen Stone

One one of my failed attempts to catch a sunrise in February at Presque Isle’s Black Rocks in Marquette, Michigan, I ended up instead playing around with some shots of the ice and snow. It was at sunrise, but the cloud cover kept it very dark, so I had to use exposures of at least […]