Saturday, August 15, 2015
Some old-growth timber logs at the base of a waterfall in northeast Minnesota. Possibly remnants from the days when logging was running rampant along the north shore, these logs have been laying here for as long as I can remember. Perhaps they aren't from the days when most of the big timber in this area was logged, but I like to imagine that they are. It's strange too that there are two sticks stuck in the rocks at the base of the falls (one of them is really obvious, the other less so as it is kind of behind the water). I've never seen anything stuck in the rocks like that before at this waterfall. Rather interesting, I think.