Articles tagged with: Upper Peninsula
Photographer Christopher Kierkus and his wife had just left Fayette, Michigan to drive out to Peninsula Point Light Station. There were thunderstorms in the area and one of them collaborated with the sun to produce this beautiful display which he captured from the side of the road.
Scott Falls is across from the H.J. Rathfoot State Roadside Park, seven miles west of Munising near AuTrain, Michigan. Scott Creek tumbles down from a ledge into a small pool, as captured in this image by photographer Jessamyn Smallenburg.
Fayette Historic State Park, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan (about 40 minutes east of Escanaba) houses a Historic Townsite, a representation of a once bustling industrial community. Photo by Christopher Kierkus.
The famous Miners Castle area of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, as photographed by Jessamyn Smallenburg.
Bond Falls, as seen in this image by Jessamyn Smallenburg, is a waterfall on the middle branch of the Ontonagon River, a few miles east of Paulding in southern Ontonagon County in the western portion of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
An old sea wall is isolated in the shallow waters of Lake Superior at Crisp Point in this image captured by Steven Huyser-Honig.
Sunrise at the Tahquamenon River, Paradise, Michigan as captured by photographer John Dysktra.
Munising Falls is located in a cool shaded sandstone canyon along Munising Creek. The 50 foot waterfall drops over a sandstone cliff, as seen in this image by photographer Jessamyn Smallenburg.
One must take a boat ride to catch this point of view of the Pictured Rocks in the Upper Peninsula. Over millions of years water dripping down the rock cliffs along the Lake Superior shoreline have left mineral deposits. The beauty of the Pictured Rocks is quite evident in this image captured by Tom Haxby.
Photographer Steven Huyser-Honig explains, “Several inches of fresh snow had fallen overnight and the sub-zero temperatures assured it stayed fluffy and white. I spent the day snowshoeing throughout Tahquamenon Falls State Park, which I seemed to have all to myself. As evening approached I found this lovely overlook of one of the cataracts that make up the lower falls.”
A scene captured by Guadalupe Dove while driving east on M-28 towards Marquette, Michigan.
At Pine Mountain in Iron Mountain, Michigan – a stand of birch trees filters the winter sunlight in a scene captured by photographer Guadalupe Dove.
A colorful photo of Horseshoe Falls in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan was captured during a photography trip with the Motor City Camera Club of Detroit, Michigan by Jessamyn Smallenburg.
The beautiful colors of a sunrise over Lake Superior in the Porcupine Mountains area by photographer John Dysktra.