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Lake Superior is such a beautiful lake. I hope you enJOY looking at these pictures that I have taken as much as I do. There is so much beauty here. I am grateful to live so close to this fresh water lake that has so many facets to it.

Beautiful Ice Crystals gleaming in the sunset the first year I was here. Seeing the moon on these crystals was even more amazing. They looked like magical stepping stones that you could walk on.
First Winter here the ice formations were spectacular!
August of 2020, an unusually calm day on a hot afternoon. You don’t see this in the afternoon often on Lake Superior. ๐Ÿ™‚
Kayakers enjoying the Big Lake June 25, 2020
A beautiful rainbow on Lake Superior with a sail boat on the water in front of it
Morning has broken… so beautiful. Sunrise on Lake Superior with snow on the ground.
Stars and moon over Lake Superior, July 7, 2020
Our friend Don enJOYing a moment of peace and tranquility on Lake Superior in his green kayak and looking toward the Sleeping Giant
Purple skies at sunset July 9, 2020

The first winter I was here the lake formed these huge ice crystals. Amazing! The kids are playing on them. Winter 2018
This was winter 2018 on Solstice. I call this “Winter Solstice”.
September, 2018
July 16, 2020
My daughter kayaking July 24, 2020 on Lake Superior with clear water and ripply sand showing.
Raindrops bouncing on the water on Lake Superior at the same time a rain bow casts itself on the water, July 26, 2020 while visiting with friends on the beach under their waterproof gazebo ๐Ÿ™‚
Moon over the city of Thunder Bay, July 26, 2020
A beautiful kayak ride on the morning of August 7, 2020
One of my favorite places to sit and enJOY the Big Lake
A beautiful rainbow on a July afternoon in 2020
Pink Cotton Ball Clouds over the Sleeping Giant on Lake Superior near Thunder Bay, August, 2020
Very choppy day. Zoomed in on this ship and it’s spray, Sept. 1, 2020
My niece and great-niece paddling by on the paddle board in August of 2020. What a beautiful site to witness outside my window.
My daughter enJOYing a kayak and the water.
Me working and playing in my floaty chair. If you would like to work and play from anywhere, why not join me? http://www.JoinMaggie.com #workandplayfromanywhere

A neat flame in our campfire that we cooked on July 2020
My cat Bella enJOYing the view on a cold winter’s day in 2019
Summer FUN
Pink & Blue Sky over The Sleeping Giant at Hillcrest Park on 09 16 2020
Not the moon. An orb. Taken by Lori Anne Perry, my step-daughter… such a beautiful soul she is.
Sunset over the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario, view from afar over the water.
The swing on a cold winter’s day.

Pie Island seen through my bedroom window October 7, 2020 in the morning.
Taken around 10 am on October 7, 2020 just before I started to do my daily writings and as I sipped on my morning lemon water.
October 6, 2020 Sunset
October 6, 2020 Another Sunset Shot looking at the city of Thunder Bay over Lake Superior
Sunset Lake Superior October 6, 2020
Sunset Lake Superior, October 9, 2020
The Mountain Ash Tree at sunset October 9, 2020
Sunset on Lake Superior October 9, 2020
Sunset on Lake Superior, October 9, 2020
The beautiful birch tree with its leaves all golden, October 9, 2020
Sunset on Lake Superior, October 12, 2020
Afternoon of October 13, 2020 A view of Lake Superior where my inspiration to write comes from.
October 23, 2020
October 23, 2020… chilly enough for a nice fire enJOYing Lake Superior
A Laker goes by the Sleeping Giant on November 11, 2020

My Poem About Lake Superior

A Nice Lake Superior Quote/Thoughts

โ€œI saw that I had forgotten how beautiful the drive to Thunder Bay was; the towering sighing groves of fragrant Norway pines, the broad expanses of clean white sand, the sea gulls, always the endlessly wheeling sea gulls; an occasional bald eagle seeming bent on soaring straight up to heaven; the intermittent craggy and pine-clad granite or sandstone hills, sometimes rising gauntly to the dignity of small mountains, then again, sudden stretches of sand or more majestic Norway pines — and always, of course, the vast glittering heaving lake, the world’s largest inland sea, as treacherous and deceitful as a spurned woman, either caressing or raging at the shore, more often turbulent than not, but today on its best company manners, presenting the falsely placid aspect of a mill pond.โ€

โ€• Robert Traver

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