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Monday, April 21, 2014

Spring in Duluth

Photo and text by H. Brian Rauvola

Where else can you find huge ice piles and temperatures more than 60 degrees? Duluth in the spring, of course! Below, Richard Anderson photographs the "monolith," as he called it. This unusual ice shard is over a foot thick, more than 10 feet tall and stands upright on top of a 20+ foot ice pile on Park Point. "This would have been something to see as this pile was forming," Anderson said.

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