Golden light at 5:30 a.m. out on the central Minnesota prairie —
I’ve heard people talk about sunbeams, but I had never actually seen one until I spied this outside my cabin at Glacial Lakes state park.
Down the road from my cabin, more sunbeams streamed through the oak trees.
After a furious thunderstorm, a thick layer of fog hung over the prairie the next morning.
Deer were grazing on the prairie near our camp, but fled at the sight of us.
Two cock pheasants having a dispute on a prairie hillside.
Spiderwebs lit up in the early morning sun somehow survived the torrential overnight rain storm.