STAFF BLOG ASTRO BOB Paparazzo Curiosity snaps photos of Martian rock stars
Hungry for fresh photos from Mars, I went digging around the Curiosity mission's raw image archivethis weekend and found some amazing portraits of rocks. The rover remains parked next to a ripple of... Posted on 10/28/12 at 11:21 AM
THE BRIDGEHUNTER'S CHRONICLES Forum: Bridge photography and music
A few months ago, I was approached by a musician from Louisiana, who wanted to use one of my photos of a bridge I photographed near St. Louis last summer while at the Historic Bridge Conference. It ... Posted on 8/3/12 at 11:03 PM
With all the attention being paid to Split Rock’s lighthouse of late — the iconic structure turned 100 this year — this installment of “Discover Duluth” focuses on the state park’s less-talked-about visitor favorite: Ellingson Island.
Mark Severson has been studying northern Minnesota rock for 23 years, one foot at a time, more than 1 million times. On March 11, about 10 miles west of Hoyt Lakes, Severson eyeballed his one-millionth foot of core sample rock, all the while keeping track of the trace elements of minerals he saw and noting where the samples came from.
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