Spring in northern Michigan
This post is about some of my personal photography work, just for fun. I enjoy doing portraiture, but there is so much beauty around us it is hard not to take pictures of nature, landscapes, scenic, macros, and environmental, etc. I will start blogging more of my personal work in the future. Such as different editing results with creating different effects to the same photo. Stay tuned to see the final images.
We were up to our place in Kalkaska, MI the weekend before Memorial Day Weekend. We were out mushroom hunting and weren’t finding many, so I decided to get my camera and get some pictures showing that spring has sprung in northern Michigan. Michigan gives us a variety of looks with the different seasons, spring being the fresh green growth of leaves, spring flowers, and mushrooms (when you can find them). With summer, gives us all the leaves out completely, deeper in color, vegetables, fruit and more flowers. Fall gives us the yellows, orange and red leaves, black raspberries, pumpkins, winter squash. Then winter with the white snow, bare trees and the only thing green being the pines and evergreen trees. As a photographer in Michigan you can usually find a great place to photograph, find a great backdrop/background to use in portraits etc. even in the winter.
Here is just a sampling of what I captured in our woods in the north country of Michigan. The trilliums were in bloom, leaves budding out, violets blooming and a tree trunk where a porcupine had chewed the bark off of it. Just some of the things you can find in the woods in the spring. I love taking picture of nature and the different seasons in Michigan.
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