This is the beach in Oscoda where we were staying at. Oscoda has a beautiful public beach for you to enjoy their sunrises. We didn’t get up fast enough to drive down there. Here’s a tip: when you google what the sunrise time is, go half an hour earlier at least. I like to see the sun slowly bursting onto the dark sky. Even though we were a little earlier than google told us, we were too late to see that. However, it was still spectacular.
These pictures are of Lake Huron (in case you don’t know where Oscoda is).
I’ll let you guess by this picture and the next ones, who came to see the sunrise.
Seaweed anyone? (I’d rather have popcorn).
That’s all for who came to see the sunrise. We weren’t at a public beach, so we were the only ones there except for a couple of morning walkers.
I was only up north for two nights. I was worried the sky would be overcast and I wouldn’t get good pictures, but I was pleasantly surprised. It was amazing.
The above pictures were the morning of October 5th, 2022. The next ones were of October 6th.
We got up early enough to drive to Oscoda’s public beach and still get a shot of the sky while dark. Lucky for you, my battery was low so I only took a few pictures this time.
Doesn’t this look cool? It reminds me of cat eyes, perhaps the grinch thinking about stealing Christmas.
How wonderful to wake up and see such beautiful sights. It gets your day off to a good start. There’s nothing like Michigan’s Great Lakes!