Nature photographers Craig and Nadine Blacklock communicate the essence of Gooseberry Falls State Park-from the powerful waterfalls to the subtle beauty of the Gooseberry River, the woods that surround it, and the shore of Lake Superior into which it empties.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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