This is in response to UA's silly claim that Michigan is 8 out of 10 for scenery.
I'm posting several pictures of several of the most scenic spots I know of in Michigan. Keep in mind that these are extreme, rare examples of how nice the state looks. These pictures are the exception, not the rule. For the most part Michigan is just flat, wet, cold and ugly.
What I want from everyone else is to outdo me with pictures of better scenery in your states.
The sand dunes.
Me at the only remaining few acres of virgin 300' tall pines, called the "Hartwick pines".
The Au Sable river
The Manistee National Forest. (sure as hell ain't the Arapaho national forest.)
The several mile long decent into Traverse City
Mackinaw island's shore
A couple northern LP shorelines.
The Porcupine Mountains of the upper peninsula.