June 20, 2014
It was another one of those magical evenings along Lake Superior’s North Shore. Karla and I were staying in Two Harbors and I heard on SpaceWeather.com that the Friday the 13th moon would be a good one. Since it was the night after the full moon the sky was darker creating better lighting conditions. The wind had also gone down so the calm waters of Agate Bay were giving perfect reflections. I think it was one of the best moonrises that I have photographed.
Paul & Karla
About the Photographer
Paul Sundberg started taking nature photos in the early 1970s while serving in the military at Fort Bliss, Texas. Photographing the North Shore became a passion when he and his wife moved to Cascade River State Park in 1976. In 1983 he relocated to Gooseberry Falls State Park which he managed for 28 years.