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You know when you reach Chapel Beach because you see Chapel Rock at the end of the trail.

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We walked down to the beach to photograph a waterfall that flows into Lake Superior. Several years ago we were on the Beach when a strong storm hit. My wife had put here pack down on a sandbar and the sudden storm created strong waves that almost washed out into the lake. On this day things were quiet.

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I spend a little time photographing objects along the beach including some footprints that I hopped was a large dog.

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We took one last look at the Beach before heading out on the Lakeshore Trail to the Mosquito River.

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More photos from Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore can be found on my website.

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One Comment

  1. Beautiful!


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