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Typically when we drive over to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore we have an early dinner then drive out to Miners Beach for some sunset photos. We continued this tradition again on this trip. When we arrived at Miners Beach we could hear the roar of the waves hitting the beach. There were also quite a few cars in the parking lot. This is a popular spot during the fall photography season.Miners-Beach-14-10-_2179

When we walked out to the beach we were surprised to find that there wasn’t much of a beach. All of the photographers were huddled into a small area above the beach. My wife counted thirteen photographers and a few other folks vying for space.Miners-Beach-14-10-_2165

Given all of the photographers around we decided to drive over to Castle Rock and check out the waves and evening light. Before going I took one last photo of what looked to be a nice sunset.Miners-Beach-14-10-_2216

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2 Comments

  1. Your stuff is excellent.

  2. I’be been visiting Miners Beach for many years and have never seen so many changes from one year to the other. The upside of the erosion is that the rock formation by Elliot Falls is now fully exposed. This is truly a gorgeous formation and hopefully people will respect it and not walk all over it. It does get crazy in this beach at times. Many of the photo tours do end their day here so is no surprise finding a myriad of tripods fighting for a spot.


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