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Upper Tahquamenon Falls
Photo By David Hunter

  • Title: Upper Tahquamenon Falls
  • State/Province/Region: Michigan
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Michigan's Upper Peninsula
  • Nearest Town: Paradise, Michigan
  • Brief Directions: Ten miles west of Paradise, Michigan on state highway 123, in Tahquamenon Falls State park. A short (.25 mile) walk leads to a viewpoint where this shot was taken.
  • Notes: An overcast day during the first two weeks of October will usually be just the ticket! After a rain or fresh snowfall, you will not want to leave.
  • Best Season: Autumn
  • Description: Speaks for itself!
  • Gear: Polarizing filter, tripod, Canon Rebel
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