Leelanau Landscapes – Sun and Snow

Photography and Thoughts By Lisa Flaska Erickson

According to Wikipedia: “The Leelanau Peninsula is a peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan that extends about 30 miles (50 km) from the western side of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan into Lake MichiganLeelanau County encompasses the entire peninsula. It is often referred to as the “little finger” of the mitten-shaped lower peninsula.”

Here are a few images that were taken by Lisa Flaska Erickson in late February 2020 and early March.

Dawn or dusk, Mother Nature never disappoints. I found this evening to be quite blue at dusk.  Peace and quiet abound everywhere in the Sleeping Bear Dunes this time of year. It’s a great time to get outside!

Lisa Flaska Erickson
“Heading home…there’s always time for one last shot.  Just a few rays of filtered light can illuminate the scene and transform an area of water into something magical. ”
– Lisa Flaska Erickson
“A welcome bit of warmth on a February day.  Igloos are popping up everywhere these days.  The photo was taken at The Cherry Republic in Glen Arbor, Michigan.”
” Life in Glen Arbor on a Tuesday evening.  You could hear a pin drop. It was a great place to unwind after snowshoeing.”

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