View From Sugarloaf

This elevated view of Lake Superior was photographed many years ago from the top of Sugarloaf Mountain, located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, north of Marquette. In the distance is Little Presque Isle, which, if the water isn’t too cold, can easily be visited by wading from shore. You can find many great gift and apparel products by visiting the following galleries…

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17 responses to “View From Sugarloaf”

    1. So glad you like it, dear Filipa 🙏🙂 Sorry for the slow response, my friend, as I only now discovered you comment in spam?! Wishing you a wonderful weekend 🌺

      1. No worries Phil! 😊 Have a wonderful Sunday.

  1. A Yooper? I was always a Troll – those people who live south of the Mackinac Bridge or under it. 😂

    1. Yes, at one time I lived in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, and crossed the Mackinac Bridge many times. A great state, indeed.

  2. Beautiful capture and wonderful view, dear Phil! Greetings my friend !

    1. Greetings my friend & thanks very much, dear Inge! Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has so many wonderful places to see ~ I think you would love it! Have a great weekend! 🤗🌹

    1. Thank you, dear Vanya ~ so glad you like it. Wishing for you a great weekend! 😙🌹

  3. Awesome vista my dear Phil! You really have quite a collection of breathtaking shots from Michigan my friend! 🥰📸🌞🌄😊🌅😘 Cheers! 🥂

    1. You’re most kind, dear Kym ~ thank you! Cheers my friend! 🥂✨😘

      1. You are so very welcome Phil. My pleasure always! 🤩🍯🤗🦋🌞

        1. Back atcha, dear Kym 🤩🍯🤗🦋🌞

  4. What a lovely view Phil 🙂

    1. Thanks so much, dear Hannah 🙂 This mountain and much of the Lake Superior shoreline provide many wonderful views. Wishing for you and yours a Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays 🎄

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