Sleeping Bear砂丘 砂の断崖

This is really amazing scene. The 450 feet bluff is very steep and leads to directly toward the Lake Michigan. Some people try to go down at the lakeshore, but it seems very hard work to clime the bluff.  The island seen  far away behind the observatory deck is South Manitou Island.  Sleeping bear dunes was made by the glacier when it melted about 12000 years ago.

Copyright: Taro Tsubomura
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Taken: 10/07/2013
Uploaded: 15/07/2013
Updated: 09/07/2014


Tags: dunes; sea
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