I’ve probably taken more photos of sunsets from Marquette’s Presque Isle than anywhere else. It’s an awesome place to hang out, though it seems like it’s been getting more crowded as the years go by… Marquette is getting too well known.
I read somewhere a while ago that landscape photos without people in them are boring. I’ve resisted that idea pretty strongly, and am not sure I fully agree with it, but it has come to modify my thinking a bit. I do find that I’m not happy with photos that don’t have a foreground subject of some kind in them. This photo is a good example of one lacking that. However, I really liked the clouds in this one, and the way the sun sits in the lower shelf of clouds… so I’m posting it anyway.
Exposure: 1/400 seconds
Focal Length: 178mm