Water Dragon Weekly Sunday Post: Landscape

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

Fall begins on the Keweenaw Peninsula's landscape.

Thanks for viewing my landscape….


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Fall Colors~

The maple trees are golden, red and orange;  leaves falling like snow now.  The sky is a pale blue, but the sun is gracing us with her presence~hurrah!  Come visit my Michigan world of color…….

Japanese Maple tree~

The Japanese Maple tree provides beauty all year ’round.   It has a graceful shape in the winter, with slightly downswept lower branches.  In the spring, summer and fall the foliage consists of delicate leaves that look finely cut.  In the fall the leaves turn a fantastic color of red.  This 15′-20′ tall tree would make a great accent to your garden.