Check out this lovely sign of green-up in the North.
Most of us enjoy the enduring gold hues of the tamarack during the autumnal season. Photographer Ed Lund captured this lovely tree in a Hibbing bog, during the height of green-up. We think it’s arguably just as glorious this time of year, as in the Fall.
Classified as both deciduous and coniferous, their soft needle-like leaves are a delight to touch. But getting close to them can be tricky (given that they’re found in squishy bogs and all). Maybe that’s what makes this tactile close-up feel so special.
Nice job, Ed!