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Huron River Spillway At Island Lake State Park - Brighton, Michigan
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This is the spillway at the North end of Island Lake State Park on Kent Lake, which is part of the Huron River system. The park is connected to Kensington Metropark by bicycle path and by water (boats can pass under I-96 freeway). The image was shot at near dusk and was composed of an HDR bracket combination of images to increase shadow detail. This low key image was taken on Monday, March 15, 2010.

Copyright: Dale Laviolette
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8374x4187
Uploaded: 16/03/2010
Updated: 08/09/2014
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Tags: island lake state park; kensington; i-96; spillway; dam; huron river; brighton; michigan; milford
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