This is a collection of current autumn color digital images. It has 175 images in large resolution of Houghton and Keweenaw counties. It plays as a slide show displaying favorite places and natural features of our beautiful peninsula in all of its fall splendor.
I show several slides of an area to see it from a few different angles as if viewing terrain from an airplane. These photos were taken on several different dates in late September and early October. Some show early color with lots of greens and dark reds. Some are later and show more yellow and red. The idea is to give an aerial tour of entire peninsula. Many of the places you have never seen but plan on going to some day.
Many places on the North shore don't show changing fall colors like the highlands, however I include dramatic shots of high wave action of a late September wind storm.
This dvd was designed to give the viewer a virtual aerial color tour. All the beauty of flight without the discomfort and expense of flying. The slideshow will display a slide every 10 seconds. Put the dvd in your computer or your large screen TV. Turn on your favorite music and sit back in your favorite chair and relax. You have now escaped to the Keweenaw Peninsula for a virtual color tour of fall of 2008.
This slide show shows a lot of the unpopulated interior of the peninsula. It is my hope that this will motivate people to get on board preserving the large tracts of land we still have on this beautiful peninsula.
In addition, the DVD includes full size images for printing your favorites for non commercial use with photo credit to neilharriphotos.com . This is accomplished by leaving the watermark logo intact on displayed image.
This is an extraordinary value worth many times the value in the still photos alone.
To view the original jpg photo files that are included on the DVD, you need to stop playing the DVD first. Open "My Computer" and right click on the icon for your DVD player. Click "Open", then Open the folder called Keweenaw Peninsula DVD Rom Contents. The 175 full size jpgs are inside a folder called photos.
On a Mac, stop or quit the DVD player and then double click on the DVD icon on your desktop to Open the folder called Keweenaw Peninsula DVD Rom Contents.