August 8, 2017
5 Reasons Why Lake Superior is the Superior Great Lake
Lake Michigan may hold the name “the sunset coast” but the sunsets on Lake Superior are absolutely magical. You never know what you’re going to get but you don’t be disappointed.
Pictured Rocks Sunset by Amie Lucas | http://AmieLucasPhotography.com
The Color of Sunset by Amie Lucas | http://AmieLucasPhotography.com
Sure, the sunsets are great. But what about those sunrises? The sun rises on Lake Superior are worth crawling out of your tent, bed, or hammock in the wee morning hours. You will get to experience beauty like you’ve never seen before.
Gitchee Gumee by Amie Lucas | http://AmieLucasPhotography.com
Sunrise by Amie Lucas | http://AmieLucasPhotography.com
If you’ve ever stood on the shore of Lake Superior, then you know it has spirit. This lake is alive.
Hurricane River empties into Lake Superior by Amie Lucas | http://AmieLucasPhotography.com
A Splash by Amie Lucas
4. Cliff Faces and Rock Formations
The Pictured Rocks are one of the most beautiful coastlines I have ever experienced. But it doesn’t stop there. From the Porcupine Mountains to Pictured Rocks, Lake Superior has some of the coolest, most unique, and stunning rock formations.
Grand Portal by Amie Lucas
Marquette, Michigan by Amie Lucas
Out of all the Great Lakes, Lake Superior has been rated the cleanest and clearest. Twenty percent of the world’s fresh water can be found in the Great Lakes and half of that is stored in Lake Superior alone.
A Cliff Hanger by Amie Lucas | http://AmieLucasPhotography.com
Grand Sable Dunes by Amie Lucas