(WXYZ) - You can't live in the state of Michigan and not appreciate the beauty of fall.
Photographer Mike Kvackay uploaded a breathtaking time-lapse video of fall beauty in the Upper Peninsula to Vimeo.
Check out his piece below.
On Vimeo, Kvackay writes:
I wanted to explore the beauty of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. This is 3 weeks of hard work compressed in to a 2 minute video. 10 of thousands of photos were taken throughout the UP, including the porcupine mountains, Mount Marquette, and two of the bright northern lights flares over Marquette to date.
Photos taken in and around marquette, porcupine mountains, munising, and many other small cities in the UP.
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