Interstate Falls, photo by Tom Mortenson
GoWaterfalling’s entry for Interstate Falls/Peterson Falls says (in part):
This waterfall is located on the Montreal River just a few miles upstream of Saxon Falls. The Montreal River forms part of the border between Michigan and Wisconsin so the falls is technically in both states, and can be visited from either state, but it is most easily visited from the Wisconsin side.
There seems to be some confusion about what this waterfall is named, or at least I am confused. Some sources refer to this as Peterson Falls, and the sign on the highway says “Peterson Falls”. However others say that this falls is Interstate Falls and that Peterson Falls is a smaller waterfall upstream of Interstate Falls. I have decided to go with Peterson Falls until I learn otherwise.
Read on for directions & more info.
View the photo background big and see more in Tom’s Upper Michigan slideshow.
More waterfalls on Michigan in Pictures and more Fall Wallpaper!
gimme more summer by Yolanda Gonzalez
For the next week, Michigan in Pictures will be on a vacation of sorts as I work on the Earthwork Harvest Gathering, a truly wonderful gathering featuring 120+ bands, panels, workshops, day passes or weekend camping. Head over to the Earthwork Harvest Gathering website for all the info and I’ll see you in a week.
I’ll leave you with this feeling I feel every time of year that Yolanda captured so well in this photo. Hope you get a little more summer! View the photo bigger and see more in Yolanda’s Beaver Island slideshow.
Maybe watch the Michigan in Pictures Facebook page for some quick hits!
The Drive Home, photo by Julie Nigg Mansour
My thoughts this morning are with those who have already been devastated by Hurricanes Harvey & Irma and those who are facing this monster storm.
View the photo bigger and see more in Julie’s slideshow.
Tons more rainbows on Michigan in Pictures.
Eagle Harbor Lighthouse, photo by Peter Tinetti
What a September. Even without the daily political chaos, we’ve got the West in flames, our fourth largest city devastated by flooding from the current most costly storm in US history, and what could very well be the new most costly storm barreling towards Florida.
Hopefully, we’ll get a breather soon.
View the photo of the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse background big and see more in Peter’s slideshow. He’s originally from the UP but lives in California, so many of the pics are from there … and gorgeous!
More about the Eagle Harbor Light on Michigan in Pictures.
Reflections of the Moon, photo by TP Mann
Space.com’s article on September’s Full Corn Moon says in part:
Look up tonight (Sept. 6) to see the Full Corn Moon glowing in the sky. If you have binoculars or a telescope, you can also see the planet Neptune glowing faintly nearby.
The moon reached its fullest phase early this morning, at 3:02 a.m. EDT (0702 GMT), but it will still appear full to casual observers this evening. Look for it in the southern sky in the constellation of Aquarius, the Water Bearer.
Usually, the full moon in September is known as the Harvest Moon, but this year that name is reserved for October’s full moon. That’s because the Harvest Moon is the full moon that falls closest to the autumnal equinox, which occurs on Sept. 22 this year.
Check out the photo of the full moon over Torch Lake background bigtacular and see more in TP’s Night Shots slideshow.
Lots more about the moon on Michigan in Pictures.
Mackinac Point Lighthouse, photo by T P Mann
Great shot from a year about at the Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, which is located right next to the Mackinac Bridge.
View the photo background bigilicious and see more in TP’s 200+ Faves slideshow.
Amish buggy on the highway, photo by Sharon
Baseball is like driving, it’s the one who gets home safely that counts.
I hope everyone who is traveling this weekend has a safe trip!
View Sharon’s photo background big and see more in her DIFFERENT slideshow.