I've visited Seney National Wildlife Refuge a number of times. It is located in the middle of the eastern half of Michigan's Upper penninsula. There's an auto drive through a portion of the refuge that I almost always take, often in the last couple of hours before sunset. The refuge contains a plethora of manmade pools that are kept at optimal levels for waterfowl. This leaves a number of little "islands" dotted here and there. I love this place around sunset when there is light cloud cover. There are a multitude of opportunities for capturing gorgeous colors and interesting reflections.
I pulled up some of my older images, which were taken on slide film and scanned using a Nikon slide scanner. Here you go!
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