The top of the Keweenaw Peninsula allows one a broad view. The landscape of undulating hills, ponds, fir and deciduous forests, and the coastline seems to go on forever in its beauty. In addition, Lake Superior’s vastness adds to the feeling that one can see forever.
I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape. Something waits beneath it; the whole story doesn’t show. ~Andrew Wyeth
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Such a beautiful view !!!!
Thank you! 😉
How lovely! Do you live near this beautiful place?
Hi Zelmare…we live about 11 hours from this place, even though it’s still in our same state! This was my first visit to the Keweenaw. Thank you…it is a very beautiful place…I agree! 😉
Lovely view Judy. Autumn tones really enhance the landscape.
Thank you, Jim. I do favor the lovely colors of autumn.
Uhm.. here in PH, we’ve got onlt 2 season tho.. I wish we have fall here! I love everything about fall!
I think I’d miss fall if I didn’t have it! It’s a favorite of mine, even though at first I mourn the passing of summer! Thank you, nenskei!
Yeah, I love how the nature appears when it comes!
I agree, nenskei! 😉
The photograph is soo colorful! SO serene and peaceful I feel. The way you showed “The Fall begins” with a dropping shadow of clouds is very nice. 🙂
Thank you, Hindupur! I appreciate the nice comments!
Thanks a lot, Cee!
What a beautiful sight!
Thank you very much, Malou!
I love the way the light is hitting and shining on the water and trees. Did you hike up there? The Great Lakes are really so beautiful.
Thank you, Sheila! No…we drove! The Keweenaw Peninsula is really beautiful. We drove from Copper Harbor up to this area.
It was my first visit to the Keweenaw.
Thank you, Cut the Crap!
what a wonderful quote – you’ve captured the blueprint that is winter! Lovely image to depict what’s to come!
Thank you Marina!
That is a gorgeous landscape!
Thank you, montucky! I appreciate your compliment!
lovely colors and cool to see the shadows in between!
Thank you, joshi! I appreciate it!
Great landscape Photo Judy 🙂
Thank you, jake! Nice of you to say that!
Beautiful shot, Judy! I loved those shades of green over the vast stretch of land…
Thanks, Bindu! So nice of you to say that!
it is wonderful!!! i wish i lived near there…so peaceful
it is, eva….far far away from any big city! 🙂
That’s a gorgeous shot. I could pitch my tent right there!
Good idea! It is very lovely, I agree!
Michigan is such a gorgeous state. Aren’t we lucky to live here? Btw, where do you live Judy? Somehow I lost track of you and I don’t think we ever discussed that. I leave near Maple and Telegraph in Bloomfield Township. Thanks for stopping by my place and letting me know you were there!
I live in Charlotte, about 26 miles SW of Lansing. We moved to Detroit when I was 14, living in the city, near Southfield and Schoolcraft.
Yes, we are very lucky to live in such a spectacular state, with so much beauty all around us. Have a great trip to NYC! I’m envious! I was born and raised in upstate NY…and have never been to the Big Apple! It’s on my bucket list!! 😉
I love the view, so inviting to explore it.
Thank you, Sartenada! It was fun to explore!
How relaxing of a view…so peaceful and serene. I wanted to stop and say thank you for your comment on my blog.
You’re welcome Jackie! I wish I had more hours in a day so I could visit more blogs! Thank you for your kind words!
What can be more breathtakingly perfect than this? Just a vast stretch of beautiful and inspiring landscape. The Ocean view is my favorite…gave me a sense of excitement that soon my bare feet would be walking on my homelands white , powdery sands….Have a wonderful day. Thank you for today’s inspiration.
Thank you, Island Traveler! Very nice words!
The dark landscape colors against the beautiful blue sky looks like a painting.
Very beautiful image … would be wonderufl in a windowless bedorrom.
The view would be the photo.
Very nice ….
Isadora…..you are so kind. Thank you very much for those lovely words!
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