I'm not even going to make an excuse - these photos are long overdue. Honestly, I only took my camera out a handful of times this summer so I didn't feel like I had enough images to warrant a post. I should have known better. Charlevoix is always post-worthy.
Laid To Rest
On the evening of July 19th my amazing grandparents were laid to rest in their beloved Lake Michigan.
One Last Snowy Lighthouse…
In honor of these first few FREEZING days of spring, here's one more of the snowy lighthouse in Charlevoix. The rest of the collection can be viewed here. Do you like my photos? Want to see more? Please help me win the Biggest Baddest Bucket List contest and send me on a photographic safari around [...]
Icy Lighthouse at Sunset
A few more of the Charlevoix Lighthouse from my trip last week. Ice is insane, so many patterns! I love nature. Do you like my travel photos? Want to see more? Then please help me make my dreams come true and vote for me to win the Biggest, Baddest, Bucket List!
Depot Beach Under Snow
While in Charlevoix I ventured over the Depot Beach a couple of times. Like everything else, it was covered in snow but this evening brought blue sky and ideal light to capture frozen Lake Charlevoix and the beach in hibernation.
To the lighthouse
One of my favorite shots so far, I just had to share it! I took it last night while exploring the ice patterns around the Charlevoix lighthouse at sunset and I feel like this scene really captures the peacefulness up here at the moment. Many more images coming, probably tomorrow morning when the internet is [...]
Snow Covered Lakes
My first full day in wintertime Charlevoix. Woke with no agenda, here's a photo essay (provided by my iPhone) of the day. Tomorrow is a new day and with it comes new adventures.
Charlevoix in October
This past week I decided on a whim to accompany my mom to Charlevoix for a few nights. Despite contracting this terrible cold that seems to be going around and the two out of three days of freezing rain we had fun! My sister and her family overlapped us by 36 hours which meant some [...]