|NOTICE: All images on these web pages, except external links, are
Copyright by Duane Burleson ,
they may not be used in any form, public or private, without written consent.
A couple of friends walk along a boardwalk, above, on Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore as a fog floats in off Lake Michigan. After the weather cleared a family, right, plays on the Lake Michigan beach near D-H Day campground in July 1996.
|(L) A fly fisherman casts his line in Pigeon River that runs through Pigeon River Campground, Pigeon River Country State Forest east of Vanderbilt. (Above) Visitors walk along a path during a light rain in Tahquamenon Falls State Park in Michigan's upper peninsula, Oct. 1995.|
|(Top) Leaves on this plant turn brown after an overnight frost in Pigeon River Country State Forest in Michigan's northern lower peninsula. (R) A whitetail fawn peers from its bed in Kensington Metropark, near Brighton, Mich. in July, 1996.|
|(L) A yearling elk, wearing a radio collar, is one of more than 1,300 that make their home in Pigeon River Country State Forest in northern lower Michigan. The headquarters (R), built after a fire destroyed the original building in 1985, is about 13 miles east of Vanderbilt and is a great place to stop for maps and information.|