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Date/Time: 08/22/2014 08:34PM
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Boppa 05/14/2009 10:08AM
Congrats to you, thecanoeman, a great picture among many fine entries.
Boppa
adam 05/13/2009 08:47PM

The winner of the April photo contest goes to thecanoeman. The winner of the April trip report contest goes to UncleMoose. Congratulations to the winners and thank you everyone for entering such great photos!

The extra hat goes to JolietJake.
dogwoodgirl 05/01/2009 05:40PM
Thanks!
RoJoYo 05/01/2009 03:25PM
Dogwoodgirl....I really like your picture....well done.
eglath 05/01/2009 01:08PM
Not a part of the contest, but in case anyone is interested by the process of a dragonfly going from nymph to final version: Dragonfly Metamorphosis

I was lucky enough to be sitting right there when the nymph crawled out of the water (on the southern island of Thursday Bay on Crooked Lake, July 2008) -- the whole process took about three hours (and I took over 200 photos)...these are the 33 shots I liked the best...
mjmkjun 05/01/2009 05:02AM
Such outstanding photos. How in the world does one decide on which is best one is beyond me. It is beyond my abilities.

"Great shots!" to all.
h20man 04/30/2009 05:31PM
Garter snake between Boulder and Adams Lake July 07.

Portage Monkey 04/29/2009 05:04PM
My daughters making new friends somewhere around Fourtown Lake.
Navigator 04/29/2009 04:23PM
Nice Shot DuluthPak!!
RoJoYo 04/29/2009 11:46AM
Stow-A-Way on Knife Lake

DuluthPak 04/29/2009 11:01AM
Sundew Pond Pitcher Plant
dogwoodgirl 04/28/2009 05:03PM


A pine cone resting in the spruce branches, South Cone Lake August 2008
dotkom 04/28/2009 02:47PM
June 08 on Gun Lake. Have some better shots but it looks small without the finger for scale. Hung out all week in the same spot on my pack, dry and out of the rain :)
mwd1976 04/27/2009 09:05PM


Sept '07 near Rifle lake
pmagoo7777 04/27/2009 01:21AM
Dragon Fly at Shell Lake campsite. Biggest I have ever seen. Photo does not do it's size justice.
TomT 04/25/2009 06:59AM
I love moths and butterflys. They are works of beautiful art.

I've found that in the BW they are quite unafraid of people. Last year I had an orange one sunning himself on a pack next to me and after awhile I got him to climb on my hand.
lilcowdoc 04/24/2009 09:34PM
My little camp buddy. He stayed next to my tent for two days while his wings dried out.



La Croix 2007
mntentman 04/24/2009 11:24AM
June 2007, north end of Sawbill. My daughter named it "Mr. Flutters." (Cuteness counts, right?)


justgre 04/23/2009 05:39PM
Still wet, fresh dragonfly at the campsite between Gabbro and Bald Eagle. June '07.
pictureguy 04/23/2009 01:18PM
cowboymac12 04/22/2009 08:45AM
That is indeed the Pileated Woodpecker, unless you believe there are Ivory Bills roaming the BWCA. Not likely.

Seen a lot of Pileated birds around the cities over the last few years. Fantastic birds.
woodpecker 04/21/2009 08:21PM
johanismyvzual57
Might that be a Piliated Woodpecker?

also my logo for my hobby/business.....



COOL!!!

Woodpecker
wetcanoedog 04/21/2009 07:53PM

my East Coast Buddy has a thing about bugs.i avoid them but he is always getting up close and personal. Agnes Lake in the Q,Spring 2006
cowboymac12 04/21/2009 01:12PM
Pine Marten, Marabeouf Lake
johanismyvzual57 04/21/2009 11:18AM


Woodpecker on Seagull Lake
TwoByGreenCanoe 04/20/2009 12:18AM

Moth, Knife Lake 2008
tomg 04/19/2009 07:24PM
Please add photo to April contest... Thanks!
cericdahl 04/19/2009 04:51PM
July 2008, Pine Lake
I think this alien may be related to Ho Ho's...
luv2pack 04/19/2009 12:02PM
Taken on Mudro trip a couple years ago. I think this was taken on Gun.
Ho Ho 04/18/2009 11:28AM
An alien along the Bayley Bay - Burke Lake portage:

schweady 04/17/2009 08:08PM
Yep, they're small... but mmm, so tasty...
Pancakes, anyone?

Lake Agnes Blueberries


TomT 04/17/2009 05:48PM
Well, I have to disagree with you guys. It's pretty obvious that it was shaped. But I'll tell anyone who asks that it's just a cool rock I found.
Bannock 04/17/2009 08:53AM
These aren't probably eligible. Neither are inside the BW but I like the "Tortise and the Hare" theme of it. :) The first pic was taken at the Kawishiwi Lake Camp Ground and pic#2 was at the Fenske Lake Camp Ground. Both taken on the day prior to a BWCA trip.


moose plums 04/16/2009 04:36PM
I agree Tom T, I have several spear points and arrow heads and they don't look anything like that. typically that stuff was made of flint. I think the shape of your rock is coincidental.
Georgiaboy 04/16/2009 08:19AM
I hate to burst you bubble Tom T but you picked up a nice rock. It doesn't mean that someone might not have used it as a tool at one time or another it simply does not show any evidence from your pictures that it was "worked" into that shape. In fact you should count your blessing that is only a rock and not a Native American artifact. Federal law prohibits the removal of such artifacts and it is a big time offense. The last folks prosecuted in the Chattahochee National forest for a "few arrowheads" spent 18 months in Federal Prison. Just keep in mind that the BWCA is in the Superior National Forest and the Feds don't take kindly to this kind of stuff, they prosecute.
I know it is tempting to take things home but for me it is not worth the risk or the fact that someone else may not get to see what I saw.
BTW all cave formations as well are protected by State and Federal law.
wolfmancometh 04/15/2009 05:58PM
Mama moose taking care of all the "small things" - she really guided that little guy from the west bank of Polly to the east bank - with extreme efficiency. She made sure he got on the shore safely and off they went. Beautiful day - great experience. July of 2008.
Navigator 04/15/2009 04:01PM
Small flies on the lilly
dnmk15 04/15/2009 03:50PM
knothead180 04/14/2009 09:10PM

Some of my favorite small things.
Freeleo1 04/14/2009 04:54PM

Knife Lake Could have been composed better, but I thought it was pretty.
lmislinski 04/14/2009 04:51PM
Taken on the 420r portage from Missing Link to Tuscarora in July '08.
Traveler 04/13/2009 07:03PM
Thanks for the tips. I will proceed to get educated!
eglath 04/13/2009 09:57AM
Traveler -- two guides I find very useful:
Canoe Country Flora: Plants and Trees of the North Woods and Boundary Waters by Mark Stensaas
Trees of Minnesota Field Guide (Field Guides) by Stan Tekiela (excellent guide -- and small enough to take on trips)
Traveler 04/13/2009 09:44AM
Thanks, silentbeard. I really need to invest in a good field guide and learn these things.
silentbeard 04/12/2009 10:22PM
that looks like a white spruce traveler
Kendra 04/12/2009 08:51PM
Baby toad smaller than my 9 year olds pinky finger nail. Slim Lake
Traveler 04/12/2009 06:11PM
Lake 3, 2008. I am ashamed to admit I do not know what kind of tree this is. Fir? Spruce?
Jimi 04/12/2009 11:37AM
Pine sap macro taken on Shell Lake.
TomT 04/12/2009 11:32AM


I'm sure this will upset the purists but I found this in the shallow narrows at the back of "the Rock" on Insula Lake in 2006. The water levels were 2-3 feet low during a drought and I happened to see it laying mong other rocks where it normally would have been underwater.

I think it was used as a knife but a spear point is not out of the question. This is the other side.
Boppa 04/12/2009 07:43AM


A Korb River beauty, late August 2007
BigZig 04/11/2009 08:53PM
The Winter Bug near Ramshead Lake Feb 2009

dalet 04/11/2009 05:21PM
Ranger Bay Sept 08


Toopoopedtopaddle 04/11/2009 04:35PM
Very nice, Silentbeard. Y'got my vote (fwiw).
ktoivola 04/11/2009 02:21PM
Granite Butterfly

Crooked July 4,08
silentbeard 04/11/2009 12:21PM



Iced Sugar Maple leaf on Brule.
mr.barley 04/11/2009 11:33AM
linnaea borealis....with a very small insect on it.
muskrat 04/11/2009 11:08AM
Dragonfly on Kevlar
woodpecker 04/11/2009 07:45AM
Chow time for this little guy.... Disappointment 2007


Woodpecker
Toopoopedtopaddle 04/10/2009 09:33PM
Early morning paddle on the Oyster River, June 2008.
starwatcher 04/10/2009 08:37PM

Orange Lichen Minn Lake to Maligne River Portage.



starwatcher
SIRT 04/10/2009 08:29PM
A mushroom patch on a portage in Quetico.
peeruwp 04/10/2009 06:54PM
JolietJake 04/10/2009 06:14PM

Strange end to a great trip in May of 2005
QPassage 04/10/2009 05:06PM

Back side of a campsite on Brent Lake "Quetico"

qp
Arkansas Man 04/10/2009 03:11PM


Wild rose at Eugene lake

Bruce
DeterminedOrange 04/10/2009 12:21PM
Heritage Lake.... Northern Green Frog sitting on a log in camp.



moose plums 04/10/2009 12:00PM
On Jordan Lake, Bwca
prettypaddle 04/10/2009 11:42AM
Bullhead Lilly, Pine Creek, 2008
bumabu 04/10/2009 10:11AM

Moose Nuggets for Dinner! Dent Lake, June 2008.
thecanoeman 04/10/2009 06:21AM
This is a Coral fungus, this photo was taken on the curtain falls portage.

Kiporby 04/09/2009 10:03PM
Journeyman 04/09/2009 09:34PM
Pintsize Pinecone Thief

Jiimaan 04/09/2009 08:53PM
Blueberries on Lake Three
L.T.sully 04/09/2009 08:00PM

Snake Skin lake insula 2006.
snakecharmer 04/09/2009 07:40PM
Unwelcome guest ~ Jordan Lake

fishguts 04/09/2009 05:33PM
Butterfly on Suzanette campsite, 2008
kanoes 04/09/2009 05:00PM
october, 2008
adam 04/09/2009 04:55PM
It is time to start the April 2009 Photo Contest.

The theme for this month's contest is "All the Small Things".

Monthly Category: All the Small Things

This is a contest to see your macro-photography of small things you see you in canoe country.

There is again a special reward for this months contests. Along with winning a hat, Wilderness Passages Magazine, created by long time member QPassage, is giving a free copy of their great magazine and a 2 1/2 hour DVD of Quetico footage to the winner of the photo contest and trip report contest. For more information about Wilderness Passages, you can visit their website at WildernessPassages.com

Remember 1 entry per person please. This helps us vote accurately.

Rules:
- You must be signed in as a member with a valid email address in your profile to enter (or win).

- You can only enter one photo per monthly contest. You can enter the same photo if it did not win in a previous month.

- You must be the photographer of the photo.

- Photos are entered in the contest by making a reply posting to this message and using the "Add a photo to this message" link during composition. This will allow you to upload a photo from your computer to the contest or allow you to select a photo which you have already loaded into your photo gallery on this site. If you want to enter your photo in another way, please contact us.

- Please describe in the message where the picture is from.

- Judging will be done by the www.bwca.com staff and moderators.

- A member may win once per year.

- Photos must be posted to this message by 11:59pm on April 30th.

- Photos must be in jpg or gif format to be uploaded to the site.

Contact me if you have something in a different format or are having problems uploading to the site.

Thank you for participating!

Adam

P20090401



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