LOOKING SOUTH FROM HIGHWAY M26 NEAR WINONA, MICHIGAN, SEPTEMBER 20, 2010
Sigma 10-20 DC EX at 10mm
1/1500 sec. f8
The turning of the autumn leaves in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan typically occurs two to three weeks ahead of most of the rest of the country, thanks to a short growing season and near-freezing nights after Labor Day. Another week and the colors will be at their height. I stopped on the highway between Houghton and Ontonagon to capture this view. Click the photo for a larger view.