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Lake Superior Iceberg by Tim Trombley: "In April when the ice shelf that has formed along the Lake Superior shoreline has begun to break apart, massive pieces float out to sea. These calving icebergs will come and go with the winds. If a high pressure system moves in at the right time, images like this can be found. This particular year, I had two mornings like this from the seat of my kayak." ...*Click to read more and see other photos.

We asked Great Lakes photographers to send us their favorite and toughest Great Lakes shot. Tim Trombley of Great Lakes Photography sent us these pictures of his toughest shots. North Windows This …

The beautiful clear water of Lake Superior splashing along the interesting shoreline of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Munising, MI

The beautiful clear water of Lake Superior splashing along the interesting shoreline of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.

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The unique Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore shoreline on Lake Superior with a storm approaching. This rock formation is known as the "Indian Drum.

The three largest Great Lakes (Huron, Michigan and Superior) lap against the shores of the upper arm of Michigan, where beauty and bounty feel timeless.

Getaway in Michigan's Upper Peninsula

A view of the moon and a clear starry sky on a massive ice shelf on Lake Superior. Marquette, MI

A view of the moon and a clear starry sky on a massive ice shelf on Lake Superior.

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore--An evening glow illuminating the many layers of sandstone that make up the Pictured Rocks shoreline. Mosquito Beach, Munising, MI by Greg Kretovic

An evening glow illuminating the many layers of sandstone that make up the Pictured Rocks shoreline.

Lake Superior.  Wild, unpredictable, and from what I've been told, due to a bacteria in its cold waters, it really DOESN'T "give up its dead", as described in the Gordon Lightfoot song, The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.

Lake Superior. Wild, unpredictable, and from what I've been told, due to a bacteria in its cold waters, it really DOESN'T "give up its dead", as described in the Gordon Lightfoot song, The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.

Mineral Stained Cliff  This image was captured at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan on a summer evening.

Michigan, UP: Pictured Rocks Lake Shore: Mineral Stained Cliff - Lake Superior

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