Photos of the world's most beautiful freshwater lakes, with a special emphasis on Lake Michigan, because it's nearest and dearest to my heart.
lakemichiganmermaid:

Pure Michigan. Muskegon Winter 2013.

lakemichiganmermaid:

Pure Michigan. Muskegon Winter 2013.

5 months ago
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Lake Michigan is Icy 4 Miles Out
6 months ago
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quarecords:

Google took the liberty of making a gif set of the pictures I snapped of the apocalyptic looking Lake Erie down at the Edgewater Pier last Friday.
Thanks, I guess?

quarecords:

Google took the liberty of making a gif set of the pictures I snapped of the apocalyptic looking Lake Erie down at the Edgewater Pier last Friday.

Thanks, I guess?

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6 months ago
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seebest:

Lake St. Clair from Chippewa Park - March 19 - 12:26am.

seebest:

Lake St. Clair from Chippewa Park - March 19 - 12:26am.

5 months ago
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explorenorth:

Throwback Thursday: Summer Sunsets on Superior

explorenorth:

Throwback Thursday: Summer Sunsets on Superior

5 months ago
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campingzen:

Isle Royale National Park, MI

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6 months ago
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matt-molloy:

400 photos merged into one image using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop. Even though it was extremely cold and windy, it was worth going back here for a sunset timelapse. It was a good one! Luckily my tripod weight (a brick on a rope) kept my camera fairly steady, but it didn’t help with the water spraying into the air (from the waves crashing into the piles of ice) and onto my lens. The fact that I was shooting at f/11 didn’t help that either. (you can see a few spots near the center of the photo from water/ice on the lens catching the sunlight) Still happy with the way this turned out!

matt-molloy:

400 photos merged into one image using the lighten layer-blending mode in photoshop. Even though it was extremely cold and windy, it was worth going back here for a sunset timelapse. It was a good one! Luckily my tripod weight (a brick on a rope) kept my camera fairly steady, but it didn’t help with the water spraying into the air (from the waves crashing into the piles of ice) and onto my lens. The fact that I was shooting at f/11 didn’t help that either. (you can see a few spots near the center of the photo from water/ice on the lens catching the sunlight) Still happy with the way this turned out!

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6 months ago
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