Pictured rocks national lakeshore lake superior
We’re watching out from a natural hollow at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (Midwestern United States). The region’s named for its beautiful sandstone bluffs, which stretch for 24 kilometers along the shores of the biggest of the Great Lakes of North America, Lake Superior. As groundwater drains out of the stones, it conveys minerals, for example, iron, manganese, and copper that paint the bluffs in shades of red, pink, dark, green, and different hues. The recreation center itself flaunts cascades, sea shores, and rock developments—some taking after human profiles and mansion turrets—cut over the long run by the persistent waves and unforgiving climate of the district.