Gitche Gumee

The Big Lake

The legend lives on…this is Lake Superior, referred to by the Chippewa Indians as “Gitche Gumee” – the Big Lake. I took this photograph in the upper peninsula of Michigan, near Little Presque Isle outside of Marquette. If that’s too far to drive, you can always visit my galleries at Pixels and Redbubble to enjoy The Great Lakes.

Little Presque Isle

Island of Gitche Gumee

Imagine…the shores of Lake Superior, at Little Presque Isle, north of Marquette, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula…on a wall in your home, office, business lobby or cafeteria setting. Get the picture?

Waves On The Big Lake

Waves splash into shore through the shallows of Lake Superior near Little Presque Isle, located north of Marquette in Michigan’s upper peninsula. While I encourage people to travel whenever possible, guests may enjoy this beautiful scenery from the comfort of their own home by visiting my gallery at Fine Art America. Discover great prints – framed, canvas, metal, art, acrylic and wood!

Long Rock In Lake Superior

Growing up in Marquette, Michigan, this island is one of two near shore at what was once referred to as Michigan Beach (now, McCarty’s Cove). Sands have shifted over time, creating an easy sand bridge to traverse this long rock in Lake Superior. Now, you can bring the beauty of Michigan’s upper peninsula into your home, or place of work, by visiting my gallery at Pixels. Prints of various kinds are available to adorn the walls of your world, so enjoy!