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    Quote Originally Posted by Minerve101 View Post
    From a favorite spot on the Old Mission Peninsula near Traverse City, MI

    Sunny break by Danny Watson, on Flickr
    I was just there last week. Did a little wine tasting too. Love that peninsula... my cabin is only about 45 minutes away from there.

    Nice shot.

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    In bygone days, when the kids were little, we kept a vacation home on the Old Mission Peninsula. We loved the scenery! Last weekend I made it back, in part to try to get shots of the fall colors.

    Great to hear you have a cabin "up north." I hope that means you will have plenty of occasions for more fabulous posts like that Manistee River sunrise and the light house shots.

    Thanks also for the encouragement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minerve101 View Post
    ...Great to hear you have a cabin "up north." I hope that means you will plenty occasions for more fabulous posts like that Manistee River sunrise and the light house shots...
    Thanks. My work schedule has not allowed me to touch my camera much in quite a while now. When I do get to the cabin, my time is taken up with family (rightfully so). Occasionally, I do manage to get out at night when the family is sleeping... but now I am filling up cards that I haven't had time to process. Hopefully this winter.

    I really miss my annual Autumn trip to the U.P. though. Wasn't able to do it this year.

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    Beautiful Engadin by Pierre, on Flickr

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    Really nice, Pierre! We have a lot in common, with regards to fine scenery at our doorstep. Are those larch trees, or some other species that also turns golden?

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    I really enjoyed both the Swiss pix, too.

    Here is another shot from the Traverse City, Michigan area.
    Autumn color by Danny Watson, on Flickr
    Last edited by Minerve101; 10-22-2015 at 02:39 AM. Reason: fixed link

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Huyer View Post
    Really nice, Pierre! We have a lot in common, with regards to fine scenery at our doorstep. Are those larch trees, or some other species that also turns golden?
    Those are indeed larch trees, though I believe not exactly the same species as the one you see in Canada. Here in Switzerland, you have to go to around 1800m (around 6000 feet) to see them. So I usually have to walk quite a bit before I can watch them closely. Engadin is something special though, as the bottom of the valley is already around 1800m. It is the first time I go there in Autumn and the show is fantastic, with the little bit of snow that fell last week.
    It certainly looks a bit like your backyard as far as I can remember (on my only trip to Canmore, I was 7). The biggest difference is that there are villages everywhere here. I remember driving a whole day just to find one house in British Columbia.

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    Nice day, walk through the park taking the scenic detours along the way. I may be too easily amused at times.

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    It was a good walk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrw View Post
    Nice day, walk through the park taking the scenic detours along the way. I may be too easily amused at times.
    Nice one
    Dogs and cats, living together! Mass hysteria!

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