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@Flapjack_McZap here it is - from more than 20 years ago (ye gods, I'm old).
...and after the waves crashed into it.
Light at the end of the breakwall before...
And another, just because I lost all feeling in my fingers waiting for the perfect moment. :)
Same spot after a wave came in at a different angle.
This is the breakwall at the point as the waves pass through the channel.
This is a shot of the breakwall at the point before...
Lake Superior this morning. Best very rough guess was wave heights of 4-6 feet, crest to trough.
Last one, I promise - this is the staircase in Au Sable light. It looks like an ammonite from this angle. :)
I think this is my favorite, though, and it doesn't come close to capturing the scale of the remains of the hull.
I like the spray in this one, the way it foams straight up in the air as the waves hit the beams.
I took an INSANE number of pics of the shipwrecks along the beach, because I wanted to get the waves just right.
This is the view from the top of Au Sable lighthouse. (98 steps to the top!)
This was Lake Superior this morning after the stormy weather passed.
This is Lake Superior off Whitefish Point, the lake that doesn't look like the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes."
Upper Tahquamenon Falls.
Lower Tahquamenon Falls.
Bell from the Edmund Fitzgerald at the Whitefish Point Shipwreck Museum.
This Fresnel lens is NINE FEET wide and its light could be seen for 28 miles.
@norunsupport I thought these were pretty snazzy. :)
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