Ice Fishing House at Sunset
DESCRIPTIONAn ice fishing house on Mille Lacs Lake in central Minnesota, USA. A 360 degree panoramic photograph taken at sunset in February.
AUTHORDavid Berg is a lifelong resident of Minnesota and holds a degree in Wildlife Management from the University of Minnesota. He and his wife Linda reside in south Minneapolis.
For 25 years Mr. Berg was employed by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources as a Ranger/Naturalist with Minnesota State Parks. A major portion of his time was spent presenting interpretive programs for school groups and the general public.
Mr. Berg then took a position with the Minnesota Historical Society at their newest historic site - Mill City Museum in downtown Minneapolis- where, for 13 years, he portrayed William de la Barre, the hydro engineer who, in 1885, “re-engineered St. Anthony falls" to maximize the power of falling water to run the largest flour mills in the world, making Minneapolis the city that it is today!
Mr. Berg and his wife both retired in 2016 and keep busy using their time and talents volunteering for various non-profit organizations.
David Berg does a range of color and black-and-white photography, primarily fine art, and specializing in panoramic images of environmental and city landscapes, architecture and historical landmarks.