I love to travel; I am a history buff; I enjoy artistic architecture; I hunt down bridges, in use or abandoned – but when it all boils down, what draws me back is nature. God has created an immaculately detailed and colorful world. There is practically no where you can go and not see something new or unusual. If it is not the plant and animal life, the insects, the fish or the birds then it is the mountains and the sky! I always get drawn back to it everywhere I go. I do not have to do much work to find a work of art – I just have to keep my eyes open!
I snapped these pictures within a forty-eight hour period last week. They were all located within an area of about fifty miles in diameter on the eastern edge of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
(Click on any picture to open the gallery and zoom-in on the details and colors!)
Note: I have a few posts coming up (including Tahquamenon Falls State Park and Mackinac Island) that will highlight some of the places in these pictures. Stay tuned!