Photographing Michigan's Upper Peninsula is an illustrated guide to the spectacular photgraphic imagery available in the Upper Peninsula. The guide contains specific directions to the sites, including mileage and GPS coordinates. This is a book aimed at photographers, but it would be an invaluable guide to anyone interested in sight seeing in the Upper Peninsula.
This is a book for photographers. However, it could as easily serve as a guidebook for those simply seeking directions and access to these natural wonders. The book is designed to give photographers directions to, and information about areas and sites which the authors feel are worthy of a trip to photograph. There is a commentary by both authors, in each section and in our "notes" sections. For those who want to get straight to the dance, however, there are directions and GPS coordinates given for each site, and they can be accessed without reading all the extras. For those interested in some insight about the areas, we hope the commentary is both interesting and informative.
There are a great many wonderful shooting locations in this vast, mostly uninhabited, tract of nature dotted with many forest lakes and bordered by parts of three of the Great Lakes. One of the most appealing elements of photographing in the Upper Peninsula is the absence of crowds, a product of the region's remoteness.