See Northern Michigan’s Amazing Fall Colors From a Drone
It's that time of year when Michigan's leaves change and begin to off their vibrant fall colors.
The changing of the leaves is awesome no matter where you live in Michigan but if you're in Northern Michigan this time of year, it's jaw-dropping. That's why the Upper Peninsula was recently voted as the best place to see fall colors in America.
According to Travelling Michigan, fall colors generally start mid to late September in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and then shortly thereafter in the lower peninsula. That means, if you live in the lower peninsula, you should head north soon if you want to catch a glimpse.
We know not everyone can just hop in their car and head north simply to look at Michigan's most colorful time of year. Thankfully with today's technology, we can see northern Michigan's fall colors without leaving our homes. It's not the same as seeing it in person but for some people, it's the only way.
I recently found this video on YouTube that was posted by Artisticpicture and it shows the most mind-blowing drone footage captured in Grayling, Gaylord, and Tahquamenon Falls State Park.
The video is from 2019 but it's too amazing to not share. I can promise you, it's like nothing you have seen before. It really proves just how beautiful Michigan truly is this time of year.
You just can't see those colors while driving or walking around. The only way to see something like this is from above.