Michigan’s Crisp Point Lighthouse, located in a remote area of the state’s Upper Peninsula, is untouched by human existence in this recent cold wintry day photograph sent to us by Rick Brockway, With the cold waves of Lake Superior lapping up against the shoreline and the freshly fallen snow void of human footprints, many are probably glad they were not there; while there are others who would love to spend the night here, especially during a good winter snowfall.
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