Arch rock on the north end of Mackinac Island with, thanks to whatever influences in the lake, a nice variety of colors.
Picture taken with Canon 60D, EF-S 18-135mm lens @ 18mm, 1/30 sec shutter, f/11, ISO 100
We were attached by seagulls while on Mackinac Island. I’m pretty sure we were not feeding them, but we may have had food out.
I’m not sure how I concocted the camera settings used. I’m guessing they were from taking pictures of something else the night before and I just grabbed the camera and took the seagull pictures with whatever settings were there.
Picture taken with Canon 60D, EF-S 18-135mm lens @ 18mm, 1/400 sec shutter, f/22, ISO 1600
Round Island as seen from Mackinac Island. I haven’t actually been up there in a few years either by kayak or ferry, might be time for a trip. Of course, Mackinac is a tourist trap, but it’s still fun to walk around.
Picture taken with Canon Rebel 60D, EF-S 18-135mm lens @ 37mm, 1/40 sec shutter, f/11, ISO 100
This picture is so-so, but it fits the lighthouse theme… the Round Island Lighthouse opposite Mackinac Island across the channel there. I’ve successfully watched fireworks from this lighthouse, which I highly recommend.
Picture taken with Pentax Optio W60, lens @ 6.1mm (34mm eq), f/6.1, 1/20 sec, ISO 200
Here’s a nice summer picture to offset the mid winter season… It’s a picture of Round Island from Mackinac Island. This is one of the preferred places to camp when kayaking to Mackinac, and the lighthouse is definitely a nice venue for watching the Mackinac Island fireworks over the Grand Hotel.
Picture taken with Canon 60D, EF-S 18-135mm lens @ 135mm, f/11, 1/50 sec shutter, ISO 100