Untitled, photo by Tom Parrent
Tom shot this last night on Traverse City’s Old Mission Peninsula.
Some staggering storming here in my hometown. Here’s some pics you might be able to see from my friend Kelly and some from my neighborhood.
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Michigan Rock, photo by Seasons Photography
A few weeks ago I featured a great shot of kayaking to Turnip Rock from Seasons Photography. Here’s another shot from that trip!
View the photo bigger, see more in their Michigan slideshow and visit the Seasons Photography website.
Superior Flight, photo by Cory Genovese
Have a Yoop-tastic weekend and be sure to get your Superior flight on ;)
I’ve got an amen for that!
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Finally….a good sunset to watch, photo by Kevin Povenz
Kevin writes that it’s been awhile since he’s gotten to see a good sunset. View it bigger and see more in his massive Sunrise / Sunset slideshow.
Of course there are lots more Michigan sunsets on Michigan in Pictures.
Hot Air Balloon Glow, photo by diane charvat
Diane took this last weekend at the Grand Rapids Balloon Festival (which I hadn’t heard of).
Check it out bigger and see more in her Hot Air Balloons slideshow.
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Spray Falls, photo by David Juckett
Go Waterfalling’s page on Spray Falls begins:
Spray Falls is the remotest, and perhaps the most impressive of the several waterfalls in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. The 70′ waterfall plunges over the cliffs at Pictured Rocks and lands directly in Lake Superior.
The falls is right on the edge of the cliffs, and the creek has not cut back into the cliffs at all, so it is impossible to view the falls from the front unless you are on the water. The cliffs are sheer for miles in both directions, so there is no way to get near the base of the falls without a watercraft. Lake Superior is too cold for swimming. :)
The Lakeshore Trail passes right over the top of the falls, and you can get right to the brink of the falls. Be careful because the cliffs are undercut and unsafe in many places. About 1/4 mile east of the falls there is a safe lookout point from which you can get a nice, but distant, side view of the falls. There is a sign marking the lookout.
Read on for more including tips on hiking in and photos from the top. You can get views like this on the Pictured Rocks Cruises.
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Ludingtons SP_0103, photo by Ron DeHaan
Here’s the S.S. Badger heading out for Wisconsin. I rode the Badger many times in my Junior & Senior year of high school (Go Wausau East Lumberjacks!) to get from Michigan to Wisconsin. It was such a pleasant way to cross Lake Michigan, and at the prices they charged there were a number of people who would do a round trip crossing, playing cribbage, drinking beer from a cooler and laughing as they enjoyed the ride.
View Ron’s photo bigger and see more cool shots from the Ludington area in his slideshow.
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