Due to weather, we decided to cut our stay in Mackinaw City short by 1 day. Instead, we decided to take a different route back home, heading further north that originally intended. Our route would include a stop at Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Michigan. Val had found information about these falls from one of the brochures she collected at the Seul Choix Lighthouse.
In our brief research, we found that the Upper Falls are easier to get to, an overall more impressive sight and recommended for visitors short on time. Being we had a long day of driving in front of us, we decided to heed this advice. The path to the falls was paved, well maintained and had several overlooks. The image above was made from the first of the overlooks we came across. Exposure is f/11, 0.6 seconds @ ISO100.
Further up the trail is a staircase of 94 steps. This leads to the brink of the falls. Exposure f/8, 1/4 second @ ISO100.