Wilderness and The Superior Sea

From late June to early July, I visited the wilderness of the Porcupine Mountains, “the largest tract of old-growth hardwood forests west of the Adirondacks.” Black bear, gray wolf, bobcat, and porcupine are a few residents with Lake Superior as a neighbor — the world’s largest freshwater lake by surface area.  And before leaving Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, I toured the stunning Pictured Rocks Lakeshore in the company of a phoenix-shaped cloud. All this to say the journey was inspiring, rejuvenating, and magickal. These visions are the kind that captured me.





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