Michigan’s Fall Color Tour — October 24, 2019
What a great time to live in Michigan! Trees changing, weather’s getting crisp, football, apple cider, donuts, and just sitting around an open fire. Michigan’s fall colors are no secret people travel from all over the country to see the spectacular colors in Mother Nature’s masterpiece. Residents are lucky enough to see the progression from start to finish. Still, many Michiganders take advantage of this time of year to tour their own State.
Northern Michigan offers some of the best viewings with early-season colors ablaze. Copper Harbor, for instance, what a spectacular shot of a tree-lined road with the yellows reflecting on the wet pavement.
Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is always a favorite site for landscape photographers. It’s even more beautiful offset with the colors of the season.
Tahquamenon Falls tea-colored water blends well with the array of fall leaves on the trees lining the river banks.
The shades of different colored trees seem endless, even changing as the leaves prepare to drop off.
Days get shorter, nights get longer, but the beauty remains.
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