This is the top of Bond Falls, where we stopped on our way to the western most corner of the Upper Peninsula. The trophy shot is the "Z" of the falls crest in Autumn, with the fall color reflected. We did that on our last visit two years ago. This time we looked for something a bit different. This is my version, inspired by my shooting partners great shot.
One thing that was common everywhere we went, was a more water. For example, Lake Superior looks like it rose about 3 feet. Here at Bond Falls, there was much more water, and places where I stood are no longer available.
Note the background - there is a kid near the shoreline that provides a sense of scale to the falls.
This was the first stop to photograph that Mark and I made during our week in the U.P For more great
work from our trip, see Mark Baldwin's photostream: