A Northern Michigan field, off Ely Road near Pellston Airport—the darkening sky was middle gray, and so was the field, and so were the posts—if I print this the way it really was, it looks all wrong, so I have to goose the contrast shamelessly just to make it seem reasonable in a photograph. Although the grasses did look all shimmery like that, if my memory is correct. The picture below is of the town of Harbor Springs, taken from the hillside overlooking the town, toward the harbor and Harbor Point (where all the exclusive houses are—"The Point" is private, not accessible to the public, or to photographers). Beyond the point you can see Little Traverse Bay and the old power plant west of Petoskey, which was demolished in spectacular fashion some years back.
This little diagram is very approximate—I think the camera position is much closer to the water than that, but the "X" wouldn't fit. It's just to give you a general idea of what you're looking at, across a small body of water and then across a larger one.
I scanned these much closer to web resolution, and the second negative, which is quite thin, resulted in some rather astonishing scanner artifacts in the darker trees. I hope they don't show up well enough that you can see them.
Featured Comment by Scott Hill: "I've taken a lot of long bike rides down the roads these Michigan shots show, Mike.
"But from my recollection, there are not that many fence-posts as I see in the image here—did you add, remove, or move some posts before you took this picture? I've been trying to read the shadows to see what time of day it was, but that's getting me nowhere.
"Maybe I've been reading too much about cannonballs lately."