Michigan’s autumn landscape is always a spectacle, a blazing palette of red, gold, yellow and orange. Magnificent scenery is found all across the state, with no shortage of space to witness fall color.
John Burroughs, the American naturalist and nature
essayist, once wrote “how beautiful the leaves grow old.
How full of light and color are their last days.”
So true are his words. Autumn is extraordinary.
By Howard Meyerson
Lake Reflection L’Anse
Photography by Gary Gee
“I was amazed by the calmness of the lake. The sun had just dipped behind
the trees, but the colors continued to be lively though night was soon to arrive.
I began to notice the moon rising in the distance and realized it made this
scene all the more special.”