We’re excited to give a shoutout this morning to Leelanau photographer Mark Smith for winning the “Scenic Roadways, Byways, and Trails” category in Scenic Michigan’s photo contest.
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Today’s photo was sent in by Mark Smith who wonders if we’ve all had enough of winter.
Here’s a preface to the preface. This comes via our Absolute Michigan web site. You probably know some of the background info we offer but there is some interesting reading, especially if you follow the link to Liko’s web site and (under Friends of Sugar Loaf) read the letter from Skip Telgard of the Bluebird. […]
Stunning shot from the other day in Fishtown by Mark Smith!!
Perseverance by Mark Smith. Stay strong everyone!!!
Mark captured this shot on the beach in Leland. Definitely not swimming weather!!
The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore was officially authorized on October 21, 1970 making today the 50th birthday of Michigan’s most visited national park.
This week I lost a friend & mentor, Greg Reisig, a man with an amazingly gentle soul who could nonetheless be fierce & determined in defense of Michigan’s environment.
Mark writes that the nave, altar and the stained glass windows are all in alignment in his photo from the Leo Creek Preserve, a pretty cool outdoor learning laboratory & permaculture garden in Suttons Bay.
Mark took this beautiful photo a couple of summers ago on the Treat Farm Trail in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Guessing it looks much the same today, but you should check it out just to be sure!
Mark took this photo of Manitou Island Transit’s Mishe Mokwa a few days ago. For the first year in over 100, the family owned ferry company won’t be making regular runs to take people to North & South Manitou Islands.
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