Si quaeris peninsulam amoenam, circumspice or, if you are seeking a pleasant peninsula, look around you.
These words completely describe the beauty that is Michigan, but most especially in the Leelanau Peninsula between Empire and Glen Arbor.
Nestled there along the shore is the Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive – a must-do IMO and we went more than once – a study in contrasts, as it were. Our first visit on a gloriously sunny day and a return visit on a very overcast day, with dark, broody skies.
Each day was gloriously beautiful in its own way.
I hope your Thursday is filled with pleasantness around you.
I love your photo contrasts and Michigan’s motto! It’s quite appropriate, and far better than NJ’s unimaginative “Liberty and Prosperity”
Those photos are gorgeous, I love seeing the contrast from your two different drives.
The blues in your photos are stunning and I like the two differing moods. Michigan has a beautiful motto, unlike Utah’s “Industry”. :/
One of my very favorite drives EVER! Stunning… Every.Single.Time. XO
gorgeous photos and endless blue skies! looks like you had fabulous weather 🙂
Stunning! I’m a huge fan of blue skies, but the moody clouds are really more beautiful in their monochromatic shades of gray.
Love the contrasts!