A short trip to Marquette this weekend, and hopefully, there will still be some fall color there. I hope to make it over to Hancock and finally photograph the Quincy Mine, which is a pretty damn photogenic place with decayed building and remains of a mining operation.
On another note, I finally developed a few rolls of 35mm left over from the summer. One of them has a series of shots from Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, and more specifically, Munising Falls:
Shot with my Nikon F3, on APX 100 film. Great uniform light before the sun peeked over the trees, too. I'm becoming a fan of this camera, and more b&w work with nature, especially when the light is like that.