The Pasty Cam
September 4 - 10, 2005
Saturday, September 10

Must be time to get the wood pile ready for winter.  You can feel Fall in the air.

Even the fungi are taking on autumn color.
Fhotogenic Fungus
Chop, chop
Thick as pea soup...
Friday, September 9

Sailing the Great Lakes provides scenery (or NOT), depending on the weather and visibility.

Take a foggy ride-along on the SS RESERVE
Thursday, September 8

Looking down from the clouds at two side-by-side mining operations in Marquette County.

A maze of roads and pits.
Nature's display
Wednesday, September 7

The Keweenaw has its own way of entertaining visitors and residents with the night skies.

And daytime exhibits viewed from up high.
Nature's display
Tuesday, September 6

With all the forests, lakes and open skies in the U.P., there’s always a good chance of spotting an eagle.

But catching them in action is quite a feat!
Tree with a view
Mighty Mac
Monday, September 5
Happy Labor Day
The instantly recognizable, often photographed link between Michigan's two peninsulas
It also divides two Great Lakes – 
Michigan and Huron.
Sunday, September 4

In 1916 Calumet and Hecla workers celebrated 50 years of copper mining.

Fredric Haun climbed the Vertin Building for this "almost aerial" view.
View from Vertin Bldg
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