Pictured Rocks

The Pictured Rocks series is inspired by my love for the mineral stained sandstone cliffs of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore on the south shore of Lake Superior along the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Here, over 50 miles of red cliffs sink into the turquoise waters of this magnificent lake, looking as if Utah has been plunked down into the northern Midwest. On the cliffs, mineral seepage creates the colors. Red and orange are iron, green and blue are copper, black is manganese, and white is lime.

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