Vol XXIV – #4 – Heading down to the Lights

Report #7085 Photo: LR-1-23-24

Morning sunrise glow at Leland Harbor

When I head back to Illinois and have a bit of time to spend on the way down, I’ll take M22 through Glen Arbor, Empire, and Frankfort to stop by the lighthouses on the way. When shooting the pine plantation, I had to hike through 4′ snowdrifts. At Point Betsie, I met another photographer who attempted to hike along the front of the lighthouse but had to turn back because it was completely coated with ice. Even with YakTrax, it was hazardous. The latest weather has created some spectacular scenes. Too many to show all at once. Tomorrow, I’ll show the Frankfort and Manistee images.

Pine Plantation near Platte Plains Trail

Intrepid photographer at Point Betsie

Waves on ice balls at Point Betsie

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27 days ago

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Jane VeVea
Jane VeVea
28 days ago

Beautiful! Every season has it’s own beauty.

Last edited 28 days ago by Jane VeVea
Chris
Chris
28 days ago

Great pictures..look up Grand Haven pier..amazing!

Catryna J Loos
Catryna J Loos
28 days ago

Beautiful, but I’m glad its there…..

Robert Cordes
Robert Cordes
28 days ago

Looks COLD but beautiful. Many thanks and please be careful around the ice.