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Peterson Falls is located just outside of Hurley, Wisconsin. It is located on the Montreal River which forms the border between Wisconsin and Michigan.  The sign along the road calls it Peterson Falls although some call it Interstate Falls. There are no really good photographs of the falls to be had from the bank In order to get a full photograph of the falls you need to wade out into the stream to a small island. Depending upon water levels this can be easy or difficult. On this particular day it would have been easy but I forgot my boots at home so I had to photograph from the top of the falls.

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2 Comments

  1. First Photo is beautiful, it reminds me of some liquid metal combined with – sry i don´t know the exact english term – this skin on too hot cooked milk.

  2. Hi, Philip –

    I love the reflected color in the first photo – the trees must be brilliant there! When I was there a couple of autumns ago, the water level was so low I had a dry(ish) path out to the island – no boots required! 🙂

    – Jack


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