Sand Drifts

I often stop along the shore of both Lake Michigan and Lake Superior when I travel back and forth from the U.P. – in this case I hadn’t actually intended to stop on this stretch of US2, but the snow and sand patterns caught my eye and I had to get a few shots. I loved how it looked like a liquid pattern with the sand and snow blowing over each other. I also liked the stark contrast between the flowy patterns and the sharp lines made by the grass. This was taken along US2 shortly after crossing the big bridge on my way toward Marquette.

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Camera Settings

F-stop: f/18
Exposure: 1/125 seconds
ISO: 320
Focal Length: 163mm