Here are some pictures I took whlist walking down a portion of the (new?) Superior Hiking Trail in Duluth, MN between the "Five Corners" intersection and 40th Ave. W / Haines Rd. They were taken with a humble Sony DSC-P71, all handheld, and have no editing whatsoever besides re-sizing. I don't think they're particularly spectactular, although I am satisfied with the ones I am posting here. Any critiques or suggestions are strongly appreciated. #1: Looking towards the E. The building on the top of the hill in the distance is Enger Tower, a local landmark. #2: Part of the trail (what else?). Would have been a lot better if that darn leaf wasn't in the way. Really bad mosquitoes around this part. #3: Near no. 2. Mosquitoes also really bad in this part of the trail. #4: A very nice view from the trail, near a steep "ledge". City got a bit overexposed as you can see. #5: Leaf-framed view to the E/SE. The giant sandbar is Park Point. #6: Think green. Very, very green. #7: The road is either Skyline Pkwy or Haines Rd, can't remember. I thought it looked kind of cool poking out of the branches and stuff. #8: Looking at the western part of the city and beyond into Wisconsin across the St. Louis River / bay. I love how the land just disappears into the horizon past the islands. #9: A serene wooden staircase in a serene wood forest. #10: Looking out to the west. #11: I liked how the lighting turned out on this waterfall shot, though I'm unsure of the composition. #12: Outline of a leave on...three leaves. #13: This was a bit of an experimental shot. I wanted to get a interestingly composed picture of the stream, with three layers: the leave, the plants above the water, and the water itself. I don't really know how well it worked though.