Beginning near Ely, Minnesota, I have begun to search for fall color and other things photogenic. Of course we had to stop along the shore of Lake Superior and gather rocks. (Judy hasn't seen a rock that she didn't like.) I, too, am amazed a the variety of rocks that one can find along the shore of this lake. There appears to be more variety in rock color and composition along Lake Superior than one might find if you were searching for seashells along the Gulf coast. I'm here, first, because we love this area, and second, to teach a friend some of the things I know about photography. Yesterday, as we drove to the resort, I had to stop and take this photo because the black-eyed susans are still in bloom along with the changing colors of the leaves.