The View

This is how I see Michigan. Click on any photo to see it larger.

Please note that all photos are my own. If you like them, feel free to share them in a non-commercial manner, but please give credit where credit is due and link them back to this site. Thanks so much.

6 thoughts on “The View”

  1. Betty Bartels Otting Thomas said:

    Awesome pictures Erin. Thanks for sharing

  2. Wow, what beautiful photographs…makes me impatient for spring so I can get out and explore Michigan more!

    • johnschwartz1 said:

      Hi Erin, this is John from Alexandria Virginia. These are one by one beautiful pictures of a great State. I only looked at them now. What I have in common with these pictures are the red Cardinal, a frequent visitor in our backyard; the seagull, which I pictured in several places of the world, as it is a “standard bird” in Holland. Then the swan! Can I “borrow” the Swan? I have written a novel that is about two musicians who fall in love when they are performing The Swan by Camille Saint-Saëns when they were graduates at the College of William & Mary. I will credit you as the fabulous photographer. What camera do you use? The sunset is marvelous, too. I have a sun set similar taken on the water near Portland Maine.
      Hope to hear from you,
      John

      • Hi John,

        I’m happy to let you use the swan photo. Hopefully I have it in a high enough resolution photo for you. I’ve attached two.

        All the Best,

        Erin Bartels

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