The Pigeon River Country
A Photo Album
Fall's Red Maples at Town Corner Lake
and Sugar Maples at the old Gingell Cemetary
Then, as winter moves in, so do the elk,
then still more ...
and of course, deer...
and occasionally, both at
The Cheboygan Black River meanders through a winter landscape
and Hardwood Creek reflects bare tramaraks beneath a wintery sky.
Eagles soar and
and begin to pair in February
and a late spring storm tries hard to bury the river under a new coat of white.
But eventually the ice-bound river melts away into early spring.
And the forest breaks into flower
among the weathered stumps left by loggers
and singed by fires
nearly a century ago.
and summer finally comes
to quiet places like South Blue Lake.
Then, before long, fall returns to repaint the woods again.
For all this we give thanks to God ...
"in whom we live, and are moved, and have our very existence"
Thanksgiving Day Sunset - Walled Lake
To learn more about
Michigan's Pigeon River Country, see the three-part article:
The Pigeon River Country — A Special Place
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