On the south shore of Lake Superior is one of the most fascinating natural wonders of our United States. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is a stretch of multi-colored sandstone cliffs that rise from the clear, green water to 200 feet above.
The fury and wrath of Lake Superior's winters, over the years, have gradually changed the shapes and formations of the rocks - and continue to do so. As we see them today, it doesn't take much imagination to see natural carvings of an Indian's head, a flower vase and even a row of battleships.
The best way to see the cliffs is from a boat. Cruises take off from the small town of Munising on Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
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