Crossing Over, photo by Terry Johnston
Here’s hoping that everyone has a safe journey this Thanksgiving. The Freep reports that Thanksgiving 2016 is shaping up to be a busy one for holiday travel:
AAA says it expects that more than 1.5 million people in Michigan will travel 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving holiday.
The auto club says Tuesday it would be the most travelers since 2007 and a 2 percent increase from last year. Reasons cited include improvements in the economy during the second half of the year, including rising wages, increased consumer spending and consumer confidence.
Check Terry’s photo which was coincidentally taken back in November 2007 bigger and view more in his Manistee slideshow.
The Road Goes On, photo by Ann Fisher
Not. Giving. Up. On. Fall.
View Ann’s photo background big and see more in her 2016 U.P. slideshow.
Lots more fall wallpaper on Michigan in Pictures.
Rainbow at Soo Locks, photo by kdclarkfarm
Diane says that everyone was in awe at this rainbow apparently waiting its turn for the Soo Locks in late September.
View her photo background bigilicious and see more in her Freighters and the St. Clair River slideshow.
More rainbows and more Soo Locks on Michigan in Pictures.
Lake Charlevoix Fall Colors, photo by frank wulfers
Frank took this shot on Wednesday from the Avalanche Mountain Scenic Overlook in Boyne City. As you can see, this will be the weekend for fall color across much of Michigan, so check out some great fall scenes on Michigan in Pictures and make your plans for a getaway!
View Frank’s photo bigger and see more in his Michigan – Northwest slideshow.
Moonglow, photo by Rudy Malmquist
Gorgeous photo from after dark at Tahquamenon Falls State Park.
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Lots more about Tahquamenon Falls on Michigan in Pictures.
Misty Bond Falls, photo by Yanbing Shi
Gorgeous photo from Bond Falls in the western Upper Peninsula taken back in October of 2014. GoWaterfalling’s page on Bond Falls says (in part):
This is the best single waterfall in the Western U.P, and the second best waterfall in Michigan. If you are in the Western U.P., possibly on your way to or from the Porcupines or Copper Harbor, this is a definitely worth a stop.
…The main drop is 40 feet high and 100+ feet wide. Above the main falls are a series of cascades and rapids that must drop a total of 20 feet. The water level is controlled by a dam, and a steady flow over the falls is maintained for scenic reasons. Of course during the spring melt the flow is much higher.
View Yanbing Shi’s photo bigger and see more from Michigan and elsewhere in his Landscape slideshow.
More Michigan waterfalls and more fog & mist on Michigan in Pictures.