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Surging Sea is a photograph by Mary Amerman which was uploaded on April 11th, 2013.

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great shot

I spent one winter in the mid '70s in Grand Marais, where my brother and I spent many happy hours wandering the rocky shore of Superior. Some of my favourite memories are those "angry" times when storms were blowing in, and whole groves of trees were covered in magical-looking ice. This photo brought back that feeling :-).

Mary Amerman replied:

Thanks for sharing that Tim. I love all of this Lake's moods, but her fury is most impressive, and humbling. :)

Spectacular photograph! I love the artistic composition and how the ice structure leads the eye. Striking turquoise blue in the icy foreground...Beautiful capture! L/F

Mary Amerman replied:

Thanks Corey for your thoughtful comment! I'm glad you like this.

Brilliant work. Really like it! f/v

Mary Amerman replied:

Appreciate your comment and f/v Alexander, thank you.