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Tahquamenon Falls, Michigan

Waterfalls are generally viewed from far away and are mostly perceived as a continuous stream of water.  Up close, however, the uniformity of the water begins to break down as the water is influenced by the random shape of the underlying rock.  Lost, too, from far away are the subtle colorations of the water itself.  Tahquamenon (“dark berry”, in Ojibwa) Falls is known for the brown color of its water, made so from the tannins leached from the surrounding cedar swamps. 

Falling Water

  • Beartown Road Design strives to support small-business production partners, domestically where available, and locally if possible, with the goal of minimizing environmental externalities both with materials used and those associated with long-distance shipping.  Greeting cards are designed by the photographer and printed in Ann Arbor, Michigan by a locally owned and operated full-service printing firm, using recycled paper stock and vegetable-based inks.


    Greeting cards are 5” x 7”, blank inside for any occasion, and come with a short paragraph about the photo image.  Cards come with envelopes, and are available either as individual cards, as a set of 12 – three each of four different images, or a set of 20 – five each of four different images.   (Watermark does not appear in product image.)

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