Pointe Betsie was pretty crowded, so I parked back by the nature conservancy trail and walked around the dunes. I always stop at this twisted pine deadfall on the way back.
This birch stands at the beginning of the Arcadia Marsh boardwalk
Reflections create an interesting visual juxtaposition.
I brought my 30mm tube extension which lets me get really close with a regular lens and found this little guy doing his job
I had a feeling the sky would be interesting that evening so I took a detour to my favorite hike to Big Sable Light. Uncharacteristically devoid of people, although the campground was at capacity. Again, I was not disappointed.
All of a sudden what I could only describe as an Arcus cloud appeared above the lighthouse and slowly moved over me to the south.
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