An old , dry-docked and rusted fishing boat makes a great perch for a seabird near Whitefish Point on the northeastern shore of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Located on Lake Superior, the waters here are treacherous and never warm, even at the height of Summer. But the area is an important stopover for migratory birds in both Spring and Fall. It's a great place to photograph a huge variety of birds. I love this photograph because it reminds me of the seaside culture one finds along the shores of the Great Lakes; particularly here, where tales of shipwrecks abound.
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