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  • Writer's pictureMeg Ryan

Chasing Fall Peak - Early October

Fall foliage has been really delayed this year all around the Great Lakes . Summer tried to hang on just a little too long and our first fall outing was particularly warm - especially considering we were in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in October!


We managed to hit peak color on the shores of Lake Superior. After giving up on the crowds trying to get to Tahquamenon Falls on a Saturday afternoon we ventured down the 18 mile sandy dirt road out to Crisp Point. About 13 miles and nearly an hour into the trek, the skies let loose and we suffered several chilly downpours while rock hunting, but we were graced with skies full of character and unique lighting.


Lighthouses and fall birches are two of my favorite subjects, and this spur of the moment trip absolutely did not disappoint. And the rain chased at least a few folks back to their cars leaving us with a peaceful rain soaked beach.


Next time, we are going at night to hunt for glowing Yooperlite Rocks!



Crisp Point Lighthouse


The Details - Image 1

Camera: Olympus OMD EM-5 Mark III

Lens: Olympus Kit 14-150mm at 36 mm

ISO: 200

Aperture: F 10

Shutter Speed: 1/50

Processing: Adobe Lightroom and Topaz Sharpen AI


The Details - Image 2

Camera: Olympus OMD EM-5 Mark III

Lens: Olympus Kit 14-150mm at 14mm

ISO: 64

Aperture: F 7.1

Shutter Speed: 1/30

Processing: Adobe Lightroom and Topaz Sharpen AI






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