Cider mills, football games and Halloween - fall is surely upon us. Show us what signals the season for you by uploading your pictures here. If you do, you'll be entered to win a $100 BP gas card.
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Monday, November 21, 2011
Trip to feed store in a 1961 Corvair Rampside makes for a perfect fall photo.
Bill Beckley of Ypsilanti was taking a trip to the feed store in Whitmore Lake this fall when he stopped to take this picture. He was on Warren Road north of Ann Arbor Township when he noticed the beautiful scenery. "Colors were peaking so I pulled my truck to the side of the road for the photo. ... The truck is a 1961 Corvair Rampside, and the guys at the feed store get a kick out of being able to pull down the side ramp and walk right up the ramp with a two-wheel cart to load it. At the time the truck had 100 pounds of chicken scratch, 100 pounds of chicken mash, bird seed and two bales of straw. "I think it makes a pretty good Michigan Postcard because not only does it show how beautiful Michigan fall colors can be, but also includes a…
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Autumn hues dazzle all season long.
Peak autumn color is about over up north, so this photo from longtime Clawson and now Royal Oak resident Ann Walsh Quinn serves as a nice reminder to enjoy it while it lasts. "It was taken from our dock and the water was perfectly still," Quinn said of the shot over East Twin Lake near Charlevoix. What's your favorite place to enjoy fall colors? To email this photo, just look for the EMAIL button above the headline. To print this photo, see PRINT above. To add a photo, click on "add your photos" under the photo. Do you have a nominee for Michigan Postcard? Nominate it here or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include the following details: > More Michigan Postcards
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Whether you headed up north last weekend, plan to this weekend or are just enjoying the beauty of changing leaves in your own backyard, consider sharing with the Patch community.
October is one of the most popular times of year for Michiganians to head north, many of them in a quest for the breathtaking fall foliage unique to this state. Whether you plan to head up to the Tawas area this weekend for the Haunted Lighthouse Weekend or to the west side of the state and the Fall Harvest Festival in Harbor Springs, you're likely to experience the splendor of fall colors in Michigan. If one prefers to stick close to home here are some options: We're sharing with you some readers' photos; if you have taken your own fall color photos, please upload them to this story. There's nothing quite like fall in Michigan – and sharing your Patch of it. As part of LeafQuest – a MapQuest series helping leaf peepers across North …
Thursday, September 1, 2011
We're putting together a color tour guide; tell us where you go to see the red, orange and gold leaves of the season.
Before the leaves fall, turn brown and beg to be raked, they color the hillsides of Michigan's highways and the banks of the state's rivers with the colors of the season. Where do you go to appreciate the colors of fall? We're putting together a color tour of the state and need readers to help us map out the best locations. Whether it's along M-22 in northern Michigan or on a wooded path in your own hometown, we are looking for color tour suggestions. And feel free to share your photos here, too. Just click on "add your photos & video." Do you have a favorite spot? Tell us about it!