- Michigan Gold 2014 Calendar
Northwest Michigan has the benefit its location on the “sunset side” of Michigan, where the skies fill with color over Lake Michigan. Although known for its “million-dollar sunsets,” vast blue water and soft sandy beaches, these represent only a small portion of the area’s allure.
The Northwestern tip of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula is home to lighthouses, natural beauty roads, and quaint lakeside villages at every turn. Park wilderness areas the offer striking natural beauty and abundant native plants, wildflowers and wildlife along its hiking trails.
Take a journey along Michigan’s inspiring highway M-119 to experience unmatched scenic beauty. Through winding tunnels of trees, past picturesque country scenes, to the wind-swept dunes and beaches of Lake Michigan’s Sturgeon Bay, this eco-photo tour adventure charms every photographer. Explore landscapes to close-ups as you drive and hike the renown Northwest Lake Michigan coastline.
Three-day driving & hiking tour; moderate hiking
Day 2 – 3
“Before going on the tour, I had already taken continuing education classes and assisted professional photographers. What I learned during the eco-photo tour was priceless! Somehow between the two of you, you managed to include art, history, biology, ecology and computer science! I truly appreciated the hands-on attention, technical knowledge, straight forward answers and positive encouragement to compose the shot right there. The immediate results from your suggestions were absolutely amazing! I was able to add creative effects using my camera settings without using photoshop! ”
~ Kristen Kernstock