This photo can be hard to figure out at first. Once you recognize the Tip of the Mit you’ll get oriented.
The August sun reflecting off the surface of northern Lakes Michigan and Huron reveals swirls of wind and current.
The Mackinac Bridge is only a faint trace of a straight line, overwhelmed by the glowing water.
This photo was taken by an astronaut aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia during STS-28 in 1989.
Original (raw) image courtesy of the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, NASA Johnson Space Center.
Golden Straits III