What am I doing interrupting a summertime narrative of a spring photo trip by writing about the fall? I can’t help myself. My favorite season to photograph has always been autumn. My very first trip dedicated to photography was to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in the fall of 2002. That experience ultimately led to my current pattern of heading off (usually) twice a year to photograph at some relatively far flung locale. One of those two trips is almost always during autumn, with fall color at least part of the puzzle, if not the prime object.
Au Train Falls, Alger County, Michigan
Michigan’s UP has been the recipient of the plurality of those fall journeys, because it’s the closest, most accessible North Woods ecosystem to my home base. The mixture of maple, birch, beech and other deciduous trees that produce colorful fall foliage is exceptional, and it lies in a mostly undeveloped area…
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