The Cabin Of Stony Point Frozen In Time

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    It was January in the middle of the coldest winter I have ever experienced. I had set out northwards to Duluth in hopes to explore the frozen landscapes of Lake Superior. From the ice caves near Cornucopia, WI to Split Rock Light House along the north shore.

    I woke up in my hotel room in Duluth. It was 4 am, the temperature outside was -44 degrees. With the windchill it dropped the temperature to -72 degrees. Absolutely bone chilling, I had no idea if my car would even start. I ran outside to warm up my car and made a plan for the morning shoot. I wanted to capture the sunrise along the shore of Lake Superior. After capturing the sunrise for 3 hours at Split Rock Light House, I made my way back to Duluth, stopping at Stony Point along the way. To this day I have no idea how I stayed out in -70 degree weather to obtain a sunrise photo. Maybe it was my dedication, my passion, for the pursuit of the unknown for what could be captured.

    Turning down Stony Point Road I came to this little shack along the lake. Checking my phone the temperature with the windchill was -77. I knew I couldn't pass up this epic scene. I found a place to park, adjusted my tripod in the car, because it was so cold the grease would freeze and I wouldn't be able to make that adjustment outside.

    As I opened the car door I could feel the cold stealing the breath from me. A stinging sensation covered my face, as it felt if the cold was going to suck the moisture right out of my eyes. I set up my tripod and began to frame my shot. The cold stung my hands so bad I could only keep them out for a couple of seconds even with gloves on. The breeze coming off the lake tore through every layer I had on.

    Yet in front of me was absolute bliss. It was so cold the water was evaporating off the lake. Creating a steamy foggy mood to the scene. Out in the distance there was a wall of fog, rolling with the wind currents, towering 20-30 feet tall. I set up just as the sun began to shine through the spruce along the shore. Painting the shed with warm light, surrounded by it's frozen setting. Capturing a beautiful moment of this shack, frozen in time along the shores of Lake Superior.

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