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#ShopSmall & #SaveBig Photo Print Sale!

Get ready for the best prices EVER offered on photographic prints from North Woods Photos now through November 30! That covers Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and then some. We’ve got plenty of outdoor photos from the North Woods of the Upper Midwest to choose from! #ShopSmall and #SaveBig on gifts for your friends, family, colleagues, or yourself 😉

  • Landscapes from Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin
  • Wildlife Photography
  • Nature Photography including some macro shots
  • Abstract Photography including textures and composites

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Save 30% on Photographic Prints!

Save 30% on any size or paper type of photographic prints! Choose from lustre, pearl, or metallic paper finishes – all from a professional lab that uses archival papers and inks!

Bald Eagle in flight

Save 30% on Gallery Wrapped Canvas!

Any size, including custom sizes! All done by a professional lab that uses archival papers and inks!

 Lake Michigan Beach Maple

Save #30% on Metal Prints!

Have your image printed directly on to aluminum for amazing detail and clarity! Done by a professional lab that uses archival materials and inks!

 Sandhill Cranes Moon Texture

How to Purchase

Same as usual – head to the online galleries and load up your cart. Use coupon code ShopSmall2015 at the checkout to get your discount. The offer is good from now until November 30, 2015, so it covers Black Friday and Cyber Monday as well! Then just sit back and wait for your order to be shipped directly to you – or any other destination in the continental US if it’s a gift. Simple. As. Pie.

#ShopSmall and #SaveBig this weekend! Support a small local business on Small Business Saturday!

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Landscape Michigan Nature Trails

Warren Dunes Michigan

One of the cool things about the Great Lakes is that each one has it’s own personality. I was born and raised in Michigan and my Grandfather was a freighter captain on the Great Lakes, so I’ve had a chance to get to know them a bit. While Lake Superior with her rugged shoreline is the big lake that I visit the most these days, I just had an opportunity to stroll on one of the many long sandy beaches of Lake Michigan that line the western coast of the lower peninsula. These dunes reach more than 250 feet high – and the locals use snow plows to get the sand off the roads after a windy day. Here are a few snaps from a brief visit to Warren Dunes State Park last week near peak fall color season!

Warren Dunes State Park

Peak color season in the third week of October and I almost had the park to myself. During the summer this beach would be packed with swimmers and the hang gliders would be taking off from the 260 foot high dunes.

Lake Michigan Driftwood

A nice stroll on a Lake Michigan beach in southwestern Lower Michigan.

Maple Leaf, Lake Michigan Beach

Maple Leaf on the beach.

Footprints in the Sand

There were more sea gulls than people here today.

Sea Gull, Lake Michigan

I love the color of the water!

Warren Woods

While the beach is relaxing with the rhythmic sound of the waves coming ashore, nearby Warren Woods has short picturesque trails through the woods.

Warren Woods Autumn Forest

Warren Woods at peak fall color.

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The Galien River flows right through Warren Woods.

Another fun thing about living near one of the Great Lakes is that the weather can be completely different – and change very rapidly – compared to what it’s doing just a few miles away! By the end of this week, these trees will all be bare and will soon be covered by snow. Much more snow than they’ll get just a few miles inland. Good ‘ole lake effect.

What’s your favorite Great Lake?

What’s your favorite trail to hike in the North Woods in autumn?

What’s your favorite play spot in Michigan? If you haven’t been yet, get on it! 😉