Agh, I’ve been remiss in posting more from the Photostock Event back in June of this year, and for that, I apologize, but things went straight down the tubes after Photostock, and I’ve been running at a million kilometres per hour since, and still haven’t stopped. But anyways, I’ll get some more Photostock up here this week. Anyways onto the actual content.
The M119 is a unique road; it’s classified as a state highway but is far from it; a national historic scenic route runs from just outside the village of Harbor Springs to Cross Village, at Photostock I took the opportunity to drive the length of the route and stop to grab photos along the way. This beautiful undivided scenic highway runs along the edge of Lake Michigan. It gives the passenger some amazing scenery to look at, along with the driver a fantastic road to drive along. Just watch out for bikes, hikers, and oncoming traffic. The M119’s nickname, “Tunnel of Trees”, is well-earned. Even on a bright sunny day, at some points, you will need to keep your sunglasses off and lights on.
The route is dotted with lookout points, homes, cottages, three villages, and even a cemetery. If you’re ever in the area, take the time to give it a drive.
Pentax 645 – SMC Pentax A 645 35mm 1:3.5 – Shanghai GP3
Ilfsol 3 (1+9) 8:00 @ 20C