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Newberry / Munising Fall Color Photos – 2021

Newberry / Munising Fall Color Photos – 2021

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Friday September 24th, 2021 - 5:04 pm

Fall Color

FROM Munising Visitors Bureau
Fall colors are starting to turn! Driving from Munising to Grand Marais on H58.... #munising #fallcolorphotos #fallcolorreports
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Friday September 17th, 2021 - 10:07 am

Fall Color

FROM Munising Visitors Bureau
Live Fall color from M94 heading into Munising…  A little bit of color is just starting to turn.  ... #munising #fallcolorreports #fallcolorphotos
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Thursday September 16th, 2021 - 11:34 am

Fall Color

FROM McGill's Nature in Motion
Fall is starting to show off its gorgeous colors at Seney National Wildlife Refuge in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Hope to catch some more magical mornings next week...and throughout the season.... #Seney #munising #newberry #fallcolorreports #fallcolorphotos
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FROM McGills Nature in Motion
Fall is starting to show off its gorgeous colors at Seney National Wildlife Refuge in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Hope to catch some more magical mornings next week...and throughout the season.... #seney #munising #newberry #fallcolorreports #fallcolorphotosImage attachmentImage attachment
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Newberry / Munising Fall Color Photos – 2020 and earlier

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Friday October 23rd, 2020 - 12:26 am

Fall Color

FROM Tahquamenon Falls State Park --> Tamaracks are the last of the fall color.
These unique trees are the only conifer in Michigan to lose all their needles each winter and grow new ones in the spring. - #newberry #newberrymichigan #fallcolorphotosTamaracks are the last of the fall color.
These unique trees are the only conifer in Michigan to lose all their needles each winter and grow new ones in the spring.
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FROM Tahquamenon Falls State Park --> Tamaracks are the last of the fall color.
These unique trees are the only conifer in Michigan to lose all their needles each winter and grow new ones in the spring. - #newberry #newberrymichigan #fallcolorphotos

Wednesday October 14th, 2020 - 4:11 pm

Fall Color

FROM McGill's Nature in Motion --> After photographing Miners Castle during calm waters and sunshine...we decided drive to Sand Point and check on the color on Grand Island and the Old East Channel Lighthouse. The sun was getting swallowed up by dark foreboding clouds moving over the island. It was perfect to appreciate the colors of the Fall foliage...the amazing colors of Lake Superior and awesome clouds...all surrounding this historic building. It never fails to impress... - #munising #easternup #fallcolorphotosAfter photographing Miners Castle during calm waters and sunshine...we decided drive to Sand Point and check on the color on Grand Island and the Old East Channel Lighthouse. The sun was getting swallowed up by dark foreboding clouds moving over the island. It was perfect to appreciate the colors of the Fall foliage...the amazing colors of Lake Superior and awesome clouds...all surrounding this historic building. It never fails to impress.
#puremichigan #upperpeninsula #pureup #michigan #fall #fallfoliage #lighthouse #lakesuperior #munisingmichigan #grandisland #canonphotography #canon #tamron
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FROM McGills Nature in Motion --> After photographing Miners Castle during calm waters and sunshine...we decided drive to Sand Point and check on the color on Grand Island and the Old East Channel Lighthouse. The sun was getting swallowed up by dark foreboding clouds moving over the island. It was perfect to appreciate the colors of the Fall foliage...the amazing colors of Lake Superior and awesome clouds...all surrounding this historic building. It never fails to impress... - #munising #easternup #fallcolorphotos

Tuesday October 13th, 2020 - 7:39 pm

Fall Color

FROM Pictured Rock Cruises --> Cherishing these last moments of fall and our last week of the season! Our tours run until Sunday, Oct. 18 🍁
📸 @snaphappymichigan - #munising #easternup #fallcolorphotosCherishing these last moments of fall and our last week of the season! Our tours run until Sunday, Oct. 18 🍁
📸 @snaphappymichigan
#picturedrocks #picturedrockscruises #prnl #picturedrocksnationallakeshore #picturedrockspark #puremichigan #906life #lakesuperior #upperpeninsula #uppermichigan #munisingmichigan #grandportalpoint #fallcolors #getoutside #adventure
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FROM Pictured Rock Cruises --> Cherishing these last moments of fall and our last week of the season! Our tours run until Sunday, Oct. 18 🍁
📸 @snaphappymichigan - #munising #easternup #fallcolorphotos

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Saturday October 10th, 2020 - 4:02 pm

Fall Color

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September 22, 2016 – Newberry Area

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September 15, 2016

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Photos and Updates From 2015

NewberryNewberry Fall Color Report – 10/5 – What a difference a few days (and cool nights) can make! We are seeing a lot more color now, especially where the trees are not as protected as they are in the woods. If you don’t mind driving the “highways” of the area (as opposed to getting deep in the Yooper woods by a gravel road or a two track) you will see some decent color, BUT if you can wait a couple more days it’ll be even better.

I think by this coming weekend, viewing in the area should be pretty good and in SOME places will be close to 60% if not more!! The new “water reflection photo” was taken a couple of days ago. Keep checking back!

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NewberryNewberry Fall Color Report – 10/01 – The new photo to go with the report today shows a bit more color than what we’ve been seeing. AND it depends on where you are as to how much color there is. Reports have it that the Toonerville Trolley and Boat Tour are showing about 50% along the river, but you can see from this post that is not the case along side the road.

We took a drive towards Lake Superior and didn’t see hardly any color change going N. out of Eckerman. Then we went on Curly Lewis Hwy which runs e-w and not much there. We cut across on a side road towards Strongs which runs n-s and the photo is pretty representative of what we saw on that 9 mile stretch.

We have had very chilly early a.m. temps and frost which will help the colors start to change more quickly. I think if you try to time it for around October 8 + you should be good.

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