A few months ago (yes – it’s been a bit crazy… ha) I was invited aboard the Hack Noyes research vessel to photograph the crew stocking browns in Lake Superior. This was a dream come true for me because I have gotten LOTS of photos of the big tugs from shore, but I had not gotten on a boat for photos yet. It was dead calm until right when they picked me up from Washburn. The wind picked up and we ended up riding through some big swells to put the babies where they needed to be. I, of course, was happiest rolling around the bottom of the boat, camera in hand – because I am weird like that – and love the adventure of it…
I even was able to hang out the side to get a few shots of the browns going in the lake (life jacket on, of course!). You’ll see the hitchiker we had on our way to Bayfield, too – it seemed to be questioning why we were not giving it fish.
A huge thank you to the guys for inviting me on board! (Hopefully I’ll be invited back 😉 )
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