Standing in the cold, clear water of Lake Superior with rocks in between my toes, I'm mesmerized by the different landscapes before me: evergreen trees, white sandy beaches, and a body of water that looks just like the ocean. After spending three weeks in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, I realized there is no shortage of beautiful scenery like this in the area. With hundreds of miles of coastline, the options are endless. The bonus of this particular photo was that I was camping just behind the trees, so I had this view every night for sunset. Twelvemile Beach, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.