The dead forests after dune moving in Silver Lake Dunes

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Comments (9)

miru3po on December 10, 2013

とても美し木の遺骨、それぞれが魅力的です。L+F

UnagiUnagi on December 10, 2013

Thank you again, miru3po. To protect this beautiful view, some nature activists propose to cover the fossil trees by sands again. But I guess that the action is not natural :) This is way that the nature circulates.

P. Dardas on February 26, 2014

Super shot L. Greetings, Przemo

UnagiUnagi on February 26, 2014

Thank you, P. Dardas

Eudald Trull (Kaiser… on July 9, 2014

Great shot!!!

Like+Fav*

And thanks to put my photo "Halo" as Round, circular, globular, discal and spiral objects Icon!

Greetings,

Eudald

UnagiUnagi on July 9, 2014

Hi Eudald,

Thank you for L+F and the photo in the group. That halo photo is really nice. Good job!

crvzr on August 19, 2014

La mer est loin et pourtant la plage est là, L

UnagiUnagi on August 19, 2014

Hi crvzr,

Right. The sea is far far away. All Michigan's dunes were made by water and winds of the Great Lakes. The sands of dunes and beach on Lake Michigan are white and soft. And so it often makes this kind of natural tricks. I visited there this month again and found that this dead forest was almost covered and another forest appeared by dune moving.

Adem Dogan on August 30, 2014

Very class work and special photo. LIKE 4. Best wishes

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Photo taken in Silver Lake State Park, 9679 State Park Road, Mears, MI 49436, USA
Silver Lake State Park

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  • Uploaded on August 21, 2008
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    by UnagiUnagi
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot A520
    • Taken on 2007/06/10 12:45:24
    • Exposure: 0.001s (1/1000)
    • Focal Length: 9.81mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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