Major winter storm is causing winds of 40 to 45 MPH with gusts up to 50 MPH. The strong winds caused monster waves to form on Lake Superior. Wave heights of 15 to 20 feet were common. The winds being so strong I had to hand hold the camera for some of the shots, and I was still getting blew around bad. This video package was shot on different parts of Wisconsin Point.
Clip 1. Monster waves crashing onto the shore and what was left of the ice mounds.
Clip 2. Waves crashing onto the another ice mound with a person watching the waves. Looks like he might have gotten a little wet.
Clip 3. Looking toward Duluth with huge waves crashing over the rocks.
Clip 4. Wide shot of the monster waves.
Clip 5.-6. Different views of the huge waves.
Clip 7. Close shot of ways crashing over a pathway.
Clip 8. Show waves crashing onto the ice mounds.
Clip 9. Big waves in the foreground huge waves in the background that are crashing over the rocks.
Clips 11-12. Ice waves with big waves in the background.
SID: Dirk Miller