Short Rock

This vintage photograph was taken on Lake Superior in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, in the city of Marquette. Referred to as Short Rock, it’s one of several islands easily accessible from the shoreline.

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15 responses to “Short Rock”

  1. rhubarbsrowe Avatar

    Your work is beautiful.

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you 👍

  2. Inge David Avatar

    Wonderful work! Have a great weekend dear Phil! Warm greetings from Belgium! ☀️🌞

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thank you very much, dear Inge! Wishing you a great weekend, too ~ warm greetings from Knoxville! 🌞🌹🤗

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Mây ~ have a nice weekend 🤗🌹

  3. Vanya Wryter Consulting Avatar

    If I squint I see an elephant. I like the textures of the rock.

    1. Phil Avatar

      Yes, the texture of the rock does resemble that of an elephant. Thanks for visiting, dear Vanya ~ have a pleasant Sunday 🤗🌹

  4. tiffanyarpdaleo Avatar

    Awesome, Phil! 😍

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks very much, Tiffany! 😍

  5. Robin King Avatar

    Gorgeous light & reflections, Phil! It’s very special. 👏♥️👏

    1. Phil Avatar

      TY dear Robin ~ glad you like it 🤗🌹

  6. Travel Spirit Avatar

    Beautiful! I planned my trip with your help. I’ll spend 3 nights in Traverse City (Sleeping Bear Dunes/Torch Lake/possible bike ride on Leelanau Trail…then 3 nights in Marquette Presque Isle, Sugarloaf Mountain, Dead River Falls (1 ½ mile total r/t trail), Mt. Marquette Lookout)…then 3 nights near Munising (Pictured Rocks). Plus I’ll stop at Tahquamenon Falls State Park on my way to Marquette. Thanks for your help!

    1. Phil Avatar

      You rock, Sherry! Michigan summers are beautiful, and, with good weather, I think you’ll fall in love with the places you’ve outlined! Good call, too, regarding Tahquamenon Falls. From Sugarloaf Mountain, you can see another mountain (Hogsback Mountain), and Little Presque Isle (which can be reached by wading in waist deep water). Marquette has two piers to enjoy, and Presque Isle has (still?) an old elevated lookout (watch closely) with a great view – a short way beyond Chief Kawbawgam’s grave. After that, there is Black Rock Cove (most easily accessed hiking to the water at left, then around clockwise). The next area is Sunset Point for a western view across Lake Superior. I have fond memories of 407 E. Arch St. in my youth, if you happen by. Awesome, Sherry – you’ll have so much fun!!! 😘

      1. Travel Spirit Avatar

        Thank you so much you rock! 😘

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