Thursday, February 27, 2014

Lake Superior Sea Caves Postcard with Glitter


Lake Superior
Sea Caves

Centuries ago the glaciers sculpted these "sea caves" embedded in the rocks along the Lake Superior shoreline.  Seacaves such as these can be found in Tettegouche State park along Lake Superior's North Shore and in the Apostle Islands.

Photo by Tom Algire

unused postcard featuring glitter glued onto the water, ice and words - bought in 2013

4 comments:

ONeal said...

This is just stunning, such natural beauty. I marked Tettegouche State park on my map, in case I am ever in that area of Minnesota. I would love to see a seacave in person!

Brenda Perez said...

There are many beautiful places like this around the Apostle Islands in Northern Wisconsin too.

ONeal said...

I noticed Apostle Islands mentioned, also, but didn't think there would be an easy way to access these islands.

Brenda Perez said...

http://www.apostleisland.com
When ever we went to see the islands, we left from Bayfield, Wisconsin