In honor of Earth Day earlier this week, we asked our fans on Facebook and Twitter to share their photos of our beautiful Michigan earth. From flowering fields to singing streams and sandy shores, we were in awe of all the wonderful submissions!
What better way to showcase Michigan’s natural beauty than create a roundup of a few of our favorites. Here are ten outstanding photos from our fans to commemorate Earth Day 2014 and our beautiful Michigan earth.
As signs of spring began to peek through this March, our Pure Michigan Facebook community shared some stunning photography! From snowy winter sunsets to thawing river rapids, here are just a few of these fantastic photos from our fans. For more fan photos captured last month, check out the gallery on our Pure Michigan Flickr page.
Anchor Bay in Chesterfield, MI starting to thaw. Photo submitted by Make Macomb Your Home via Anne Nicolazzo.
Sand peeks through the snow at 5th Ave Beach in Manistee, MI. Photo by Facebook fan Joy Fett.
A Winter Walk in Emmet County. Photo submitted by Charlevoix Photography Club via Marie Hubert Friske.
Gills Pier Ice Cave near Leland, MI. Photo by Facebook fan Michelle Perszyk Thomas.
Underneath the Magnificent Mackinac Bridge. Photo by Facebook fan Leandro Martins.
Melting ice formations near St. Joseph, MI. Photo by Facebook fan Josh Nowicki.
This week we asked our Pure Michigan Facebook community to share their favorite Upper Peninsula photos. From sunny summer landscapes to snow-capped forests and charming hidden gems, the Upper Peninsula boasts breathtaking scenery all year round. To showcase the U.P’s spectacular four-season beauty (and to give you a preview of warmer days to come), here’s a roundup of some stunning Upper Peninsula scenery from our fans.
Where is your favorite place to visit in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula?