Was hard to concentrate on framing this shot and get the Holga Pan leveled by the bubble level, as the boys required hypervigilance here-especially Nolan. The Holga Pan viewfinder is a tiny thing mounted on top of the camera that is about as visually accurate as a yooper coming home from the bar drunk on the first day of deer season. It does not come close to showing you all that will be in the 6x12 cm negative. The Temperance River was about 3/4 of the way up the North Coast to our destination. Why people in Minnesota call this area the North Coast of Superior is a mystery, as Canada has that distinction. The only plausible explanation is that it is in the Northern part of their state. It is truly the West Coast of Superior. The big lake was directly behind me in this shot, where the river cascaded into the blue-green expanse. Beautiful spot.