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@Baroque97

Working in a lab pays the bills, but reading, crocheting, making jewelry, art, and being a hockey and baseball fan feed the soul. Dog-lover, cat-tolerator.

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here it is - from more than 20 years ago (ye gods, I'm old).

...and after the waves crashed into it.

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Light at the end of the breakwall before...

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And another, just because I lost all feeling in my fingers waiting for the perfect moment. :)

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Same spot after a wave came in at a different angle.

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This is the breakwall at the point as the waves pass through the channel.

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This is a shot of the breakwall at the point before...

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Lake Superior this morning. Best very rough guess was wave heights of 4-6 feet, crest to trough.

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Last one, I promise - this is the staircase in Au Sable light. It looks like an ammonite from this angle. :)

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I think this is my favorite, though, and it doesn't come close to capturing the scale of the remains of the hull.

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I like the spray in this one, the way it foams straight up in the air as the waves hit the beams.

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I took an INSANE number of pics of the shipwrecks along the beach, because I wanted to get the waves just right.

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This is the view from the top of Au Sable lighthouse. (98 steps to the top!)

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This was Lake Superior this morning after the stormy weather passed.

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This is Lake Superior off Whitefish Point, the lake that doesn't look like the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes."

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Upper Tahquamenon Falls.

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Lower Tahquamenon Falls.

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Bell from the Edmund Fitzgerald at the Whitefish Point Shipwreck Museum.

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This Fresnel lens is NINE FEET wide and its light could be seen for 28 miles.

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I thought these were pretty snazzy. :)

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