Last week was a rainy, chilly chapter in Minnesota summer weather. Of course, it was enjoyed by some, like Robbinsdale photographer Bryan Frost. Frost captured this enchanting photo of the Crystal Lake fishing pier, cloaked in the early morning dew on Sept. 10.
“I woke up early on Thursday not expecting to go out shooting, but when I saw the fog I knew I had to,” said Frost.
He said he knew he would have to check out the pier the moment he began his adventure.
“I have always wanted to capture this spot, but my original intention was for a sunny morning,” he said. “I am glad to have this photo instead.”
Fall is just a few days away and officially begins with the autumnal equinox Sept. 22. The equinox is one of two moments per year when the sun is exactly above the equator, and day and night are of equal length. Expect peak fall colors in the neighborhood from late September to early October.
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