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In which unit of the National Park System was this photo taken, and what does it depict?

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Thanks for stoking pleasant memories, Martha.  Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore (note Lakeshore designation) is one of my all-time favorite parks.


It reminds me of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park in Michigan that includes South Manitou Island.


Oh cool, two more names for future B & W doggies -- thank you!  I always give my dogs last names :)


Great story, cirronimbus. I hope there'll be a reunion for you and "Cirro Nimbicle" at The Bridge.

BTW, although cirro is not a cloud type it is a prefix for the two common types of cirrus clouds (cirrostratus and cirrocumulus), so it's in the ballpark.


I'm afraid that photo doesn't show low tide at Acadia, djjeffrey100.


The Quizmeister welcomes you to the winners circle, y_p_w. Sorry for the little mixup.


acadia low tide


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