There’s nothing like the Michigan dunes on a fine June day.
The fine sand mountains, so pure and simple, are undeniably grand.
Every step brings a change in the blue-and-green view.
The experience is simple but ancient and glorious. Every walker is a child and a primitive, too.
Sand seems so solid when heaped hundreds of feet high! The Lake that created all dazzles on a benignant day.
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Oh my gosh——those are such beautiful pictures!!!!!! You’re very lucky to be able to visit such a majestic place. You’ve managed to capture the extreme steepness of those dunes.
Thanks, Sam! It’s a magnificent place–beautiful in all seasons.
Absolutely gorgeous. I can easily see spending the entire day wandering about in that setting. 🙂
Thanks, JG! Any visit to the dunes is a memorable one.
The dunes only get bigger the further north one goes–we once visited Sleeping Bear park up near Traverse City MI where I think the dunes are 400 feet high!
Great stuff. Love the dunes. Such a shame you can only truly enjoy them for a few months out of the year. I love just jumping in the lake so going there when it’s cold out would be torture. Thanks for sharing the photos!
Now is the time to go. The water cools but is not chilly. We were there yesterday and the beach was busy. The Michigan shore is a romantic place to be when the sun goes down.
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