Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Mackinac Bridge

The mighty Mackinac Bridge, festively lit and stretching five miles across the Straits of Mackinac, linking Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas. This image was shot last night during an approaching electrical storm, which created some weird lighting in the sky. Taken from the Upper Peninsula, looking south towards Mackinaw City at the opposite end of the bridge. I'm up here scouting for a 2019 photo workshop that Debbie DiCarlo and I are planning. It'd focus on spectacular landscapes and stunning fall color, both of which occur up here in spades. We got scads of cool imagery today, and will amass even more over the next few days. More photos to follow...

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Autumn Upper Peninsula

The "Big Mac", or as it's properly known, the Mackinac Bridge. This massive span links Michigan's Upper and Lower penins...