Fall in Wisconsin’s Northwoods is truly spectacular. I stopped at a roadside park to get this photo. This cove provided calm water provided, a nice reflection and stormy weather provided an interesting sky.
As you drive out of Star Lake towards Boulder Junction on Highway K, you drive by the endless number of lakes in the Northwoods. Since this his heavily forested area it is difficult to see the lakes but from time to time you will find small roadside parks. If you stop at one of these,Continue reading “Lost Canoe Lake”
This is one of my favorite places to photograph in Wisconsin’s Northwoods. The little shack was a little bait shop where the Frederickson sisters sold minnows and other bait to fishermen. Now it is a commerative museum remembering them. This is in the town of Star Lake just north of Sayner. Take Highway N northContinue reading “Fall Trip to Frederickson’s Bait Shop”
Fall is setting in the Northwoods of Wisconsin. This is Highway N winding its way to Star Lake. The colors were so brilliant that I had to stop to get this photo. If you head Northwest you will pass Lost Canoe Lake and head up to Boulder Junction. Click on the photo for a largerContinue reading “Road to Star Lake”
One of the best places in the United States to view Bald Eagles is Oneida and Vilas counties in Wisconsin and they continue to lead the way as the eagle numbers continue to grow. Surveys done last year found a total of 1,695 bald eagle nests occupied by breeding adults, an increase of 105 nestsContinue reading “Best place to view Bald Eagles”
Sunrise on North Bay, Door County, Wisconsin. The bays and harbors of Door County range from shallow peaceful places to busy ports with busy towns and boats coming and going. This view looks east out to Lake Michigan. The bay is shallow with tall grass decorating the scene. Here the sun is just coming up,Continue reading “North Bay”
Amazing Bond Falls in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. This is a series of small falls ending in a massive flow over a series of boulders near Paulding Michigan. This is one of the lesser set of falls but probably the most interesting. The calm waters almost spray over the edge of the rocks creating a veryContinue reading “Bond Falls”
Harbor Springs is located about 10 miles north of Petoskey, MI. This is a charming waterfront community that lies along the deepest harbor in the Great Lakes. The area offers an abundance of natural beauty, four seasons of outdoor activity and an array of cultural and culinary attractions. This photo summarizes the area: beautiful summer homes with everythingContinue reading “Harbor Springs”
Mackinaw Point marks the junction of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. Founded in 1889, the Old Mackinac Point Light Station was in operation from 1890 until 1957. This is the stairway up to the light. Many of the Lights are open to the public for exploring.
Tucked away on the northern end of Lake MIchigan, Harbor Springs offers the perfect area for all types of boating. These sailboats are fun to sail in the harbor or Little Traverse Bay. Larger sailboats allow you to explore various towns along the the lake or places like Beaver Island. For a larger version, clickContinue reading “Sail Boats”