Remember the post from last summer, Sleeping Bear National Lake Shore in black and white? Well I actually did bring some C41 color film along too. However, it took about, well, this long to get them processed. I sent it to Joe in Cleveland originally wanted him to develop them. However his new job is taking too much of his time, so he finally bought it over to DODD i think is the name of the place (either in Lakewood or somewhere in Cleveland) to get them done, they look really good for C41, however, i still hate C41. Just wait till i finish my roll of E6 that’s still in the Mamiya 645 PRO, well, last time I shot it was in Midland, so If i ever finish it, I guess you’ll get to see it.
Here we go, one of my favorite places on earth, with Kodak Portra 160 VC and Fuji 100.
One of my favorite view of the dune, as you all may noticed. Looks like you’re at a beach with water right?
For all the times I went to the Sleeping Bear Dunes, I showed you signs about how much drop it really is to the water, talked about it, finally i found an angle that is *somewhat decent* to show you how steep the drop really is. Just wait till you get there.
Summer, Glen Haven, Michigan
Crystal Clear Water
Some “Street” Shots
Really trying to show you how clean the water is, unfortunately I do not have a 58mm polarizer. anybody wants to donate one?
We stopped at Leland for dinner, you can see that in the Historic Fish Town – Leland Michigan Post. After that we decided to drive to North Port and see what’s there, a nice little town, and This is Sunset at Northport Michigan.
Point Betsie Lighthouse
South Bar Lake Panorama, This place is virtually a lagoon to Lake Michigan, its a Paradise.