The Arrowhead is a very special place. It is the northeastern area of Minnesota, bounded by Canada to the North and Lake Superior to the south. It is called the Arrowhead because of its geographic shape that is created when looking at a map of the region. What makes it special is the infinite presentation of nature in all seasons of the year. This gallery displays the beauty found during late summer, fall and late spring (actually, a large snowstorm created winter scenery in the spring of 2013). In any season, the Arrowhead never disappoints in revealing magnificent nature. Departing from Duluth on Highway 61, you can ramble along every mile and find unique views, either at the many state parks or just a safe pull-off from the road. When you go, just remember the caution signage about dog sled traffic! (my gallery contains one such example). Hope you enjoy this photographic journey and are able to experience this wonderful region in person.
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