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Dune Rays
Photo By Nate Lindstrom

  • Title: Dune Rays
  • State/Province/Region: Minnesota
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Minnesota Point
  • Nearest Town: Duluth
  • Brief Directions: At the end of Minnesota Avenue, on the lake-side of Minnesota Point.
  • GPS Longitude: -92.046472
  • GPS Latitude: 46.727685
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Description: A favorite beach for late evening walks, I was on my way back to the parking lot as the sun was setting on the opposite side of the protected dunes. Only a few minutes earlier, the sky seemed like it would yield nothing exciting for the sunset, only to surprise me as the clouds lit up. This was a great end to the night.
  • Gear: Sony A850, Sigma 12-24
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