Photographer's Note

Color formation on the face of sandstone cliffs along the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore of Lake Superior in Munising, Michigan. The cliffs, with spectacular rock formations from the trickling of water or the slamming of the waves, are colored in varying degrees of brown, tan, and green by the minerals (iron, manganese, limonite and copper) in the water. The rock formation and color create images like in abstract paintings or sculptures thus the name Pictured Rocks. They are best seen by boat or by air.

Note (after reading the first three critiques): Oops sorry. I did have an ealier photograph that shows the cliffs with a little bit of water and humans here.

Nobody marcou esta nota como útil

Photo Information
Viewed: 1943
Points: 8
Additional Photos by Ken Ilio (flip89) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 537 W: 173 N: 576] (3418)
View More Pictures