Lower Tahquamenon by Dan Gaken GoWaterfalling explains that Lower Tahquamenon Falls is part of: …Tahquamenon Falls State Park on MI-123. It is on the map and is easy to find, but it is a bit out of the way. There are three sections to the park: the Upper Falls, the Lower Falls, and the rivermouth … Continue reading Waterfall Wednesday: Lower Tahquamenon Falls
Sunrise at Tahquamenon by Dan Gaken Here’s a stunning moment from Tahquamenon Falls that Dan captured this weekend. More from Dan in his Michigan’s Upper Peninsula gallery on Flickr!
Tahquamenon River by Jim Sorbie According to Wikipedia’s entry for the 89-mile long Tahquamenon River in the eastern Upper Peninsula: The river is best known for the Tahquamenon Falls, a succession of two waterfalls in Tahquamenon Falls State Park totalling approximately 73 feet (22 m) in height. Because the headwaters of the river are located … Continue reading Tahquamenon: The River of a Hundred Bends
Winter at Tahquamenon Falls, photo by Ali Majdfar Beautiful shot from Michigan’s largest waterfall, Tahquamenon Falls. Click that link for more – the next photo down is the same angle without ice & snow! View Ali’s photo background bigtacular and see more in his slideshow. (warning – there’s a couple of AMAZING bug closeups in there too!)
Moonglow, photo by Rudy Malmquist Gorgeous photo from after dark at Tahquamenon Falls State Park. View Rudy’s photo background bigtacular and see more in his slideshow. Lots more about Tahquamenon Falls on Michigan in Pictures.
Aerial View, photo by Julie Julie got this cool shot of the Tahquamenon Falls throwing off winter’s grip at the beginning of the month. Now it looks like winter is going to strike back. Via the Detroit news and Sara Schultz, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in White Lake, a winter storm is arriving today: “We’re looking … Continue reading Breaking Free at Tahquamenon Falls
Milky Way over Tahquamenon Falls, photo by John McCormick / Michigan Nut Photography The Tahquamenon Falls State Park says: Tahquamenon Falls State Park encompasses close to 50,000 acres stretching over 13 miles. Most of this is undeveloped woodland without roads, buildings or power lines. The centerpiece of the park, and the very reason for its existence, … Continue reading Waterfall Wednesday: Milky Way over Tahquamenon Falls
winter solstice, upper tahquamenon falls, michigan, photo by twurdemann I wrote that the actual moment of the solstice was 11:48 PM last night, but it’s actually TONIGHT! Anyway, here’s a simply gorgeous photo from the 2013 winter solstice at Tahquamenon Falls to kick off the shortest day of the year. I hope you can fit everything in … Continue reading Winter Solstice: Ten seconds at Tahquamenon edition
I had no idea on Wednesday that we’d be back at Tahquamenon Falls so soon. I guess I have to add a safety warning that if you’re not a crazy amazing kayaking legend like Marcelo Galizio, you probably shouldn’t do this. Also it might be illegal. Also if you tell me I shouldn’t post photos like … Continue reading Fantastic Friday: Tahquamenon Falls, take two
Tahquamenon Falls, Luce County, Michigan, photo by twurdemann We’ll return to the fall color farewell tour with a photo from Michigan’s largest waterfall, Tahquamenon Falls (pronounced as spelled – tah-qua-me-non). It’s located in Tahquamenon Falls State Park which: …encompasses close to 50,000 acres stretching over 13 miles. Most of this is undeveloped woodland without roads, buildings … Continue reading Autumn Squared: Fall Color at Tahquamenon Falls