OK, after that rather pretentious name, let me introduce these: they were taken on the Park Point nature trail, on the gigantic sand bar of the same name (well, it's actually Minnesota Point, but everybody says "Park Point"). The first three or four miles of the sandbar are dominated by homes and condominiums. At the end of the main drag, there's the little Sky Harbor airport and the nature trail. I took this picture last fall from Enger Tower, it might help explain the location: Abandoned boathouse: 2: Across a field. Do you like the contrast between the two? At the very end. To the right is Wisconsin. Looking across Lake Superior to the beginning of Minnesota's North Shore: Trail leading to the oldest standing structure in the city, a lighthouse from 1855: I got a bit of a laugh out of this sign: Entering the woods: Another field picture. If you look closely, you can see the water fringing between the sky and field: Through the forest: And also through the forest: Waves crashing along the shore of the world's largest freshwater lake: I hope you guys like these. Please comment - I beg you to, good or bad!