Previously we talked about the rainy summer in Michigan delaying the autumn bloom of color in the tree leaves. Well for most of Michigan that bloom has finally hit, and the wait was well worth it. For those who have yet to have the season reach them, check out D3 Imagery who have provided 360 images of the season.

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And while the weather is so inviting for nice cozy clothes and long walks through the leaves, check out this sweet cosmic fleece hoodie with a bit of Michigan pride.

It’s taking a while for the fall colors to come to southeast Michigan.

That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy them from the comfort of your desktop or mobile screen.

Michigan resident Dustin Dilworth, who runs D3 Imagery and provided this 360-degree look of the Mackinac Bridge Walk last month, has offered up another outstanding 360-degree view of a Michigan landmark: The Cut River Bridge in the Upper Peninsula, surrounded by the colorful fall trees.

Looking to get up north this fall to check out the fall foliage? The Tunnel of Trees recently won the honor of Michigan’s top fall color spot. Continue Reading

Donald Herrera Fairbairn

Michigan Fan. Writer Extraordinaire. Donald is a content writer and lover of life. On loan from MasterMind.

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