I truly think that there is more beauty in imperfection than perfection, for it is the imperfect things that truly make us beautiful. --me
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Nov 22, 2008



Here is a photo from Sleeping Bear Dunes near Empire, MI. I was there a little over three years ago and would love to go back again. I visited here on a day trip. I was out to capture images of Michigan's Covered Bridges. I remember when I arrived at the Pierce Stocking Bridge I was a bit underwhelmed. I took pictures anyway and I am glad that I did because I now really like the images that I have of this bridge. Feeling a bit let down, I decided to drive the circle route through the park. And boy I was sure glad I did. I was able to see an area of Lake Michigan that I had never seen before and it was close to sunset, about an hour away at most. The scenic outlooks along the trail were well worth the stop. The nice thing about being there at the beginning of November was not a lot of tourist traffic as I am sure they are bustling in the summer months. I was able to just stop on the side of the road if I saw something that caught my eye. Have a wonderful weekend. I am going to try and get a couple of auto posts set up for this next week. I have a busy week ahead of me and I'm not even cooking a big holiday meal. I'm maybe making a side dish but nothing else. Have a blessed Thanksgiving. Remember to be grateful for what you have now because you never know what the future holds.

4 comments:

Shellmo said...

Beautiful representation of Lake Michigan!
Have a wonderful thanksgiving!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Lovely post.The picture is great ,looks like a nice place to visit.Thanks for the reminder to be thankful.My thanksgiving day is pastbut we all need to give thanks every day .Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Blessings,Ruth

Evan Johnson said...

I really like the depth in this shot, the sky goes well with the colors on the trees.

- Evan

zhakee said...

That lake scene is beautiful. That vantage point is nice and high it must have been wonderful to stand there surrounded by such beauty.

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