This was taken during my last trip to The Upper Peninsula in Michigan. Definitely an area of wilderness. I am going up again later this month and hope to get some snow animal shots. This little island is off a point nearby the cabin. Innocent and small it hold lots of wildlife who travel across the ice in winter and swim in icy cold summer water to reach the undisturbed habitat. The lake surrounding the island is the Great Lake, Superior known for its cold and icy perils. The third image is that of a lonely rock stuck between the mainland and island, that is only visited by those who journey by it. In person the rock appears as the marker of the safe path to guide the journey to the island. 10 feet either side of the rock deep wholes exist in the great lake. Please tell me all your thoughts and give me some opinions on how to make senic shots so much better.