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A Lake County fall

Fall colors are busting out all over in the fields and forests of Lake County this week. The next week will likely prove to be a bonanza for those seeking the perfect picture. Mike Creger1 / 7
Turning maple leaves are washing the highland hills with color in the middle of Lake County. Mike Creger2 / 7
The best color this week was found in the Finland area. Mike Creger3 / 7
If you get a great shot of any scene this fall, don't forget to send it to the News-Chronicle to print. Show the whole world what makes the area special. Email chronicle@lcnewschronicle.com. Mike Creger4 / 7
These are shots from a loop taken Monday up Highway 3 from Two Harbors to Finland, Isabella, and back down on Highway 2 to Two Harbors. Mike Creger5 / 7
The color will likely peak this weekend in the Lake and Cook County highlands and reach areas closer to the lake in the next 10 days. Mike Creger6 / 7
The best color this week was found in the Finland area. One good route to take is Highway 61 to Beaver Bay, then up Highway 4 to Highway 1 and into Finland. From there, take either Highway 6 (Little Marais Road) east and back to Highway 61 or go a bit farther north in Finland to take Highway 7 northeast to George H. Crosby Manitou State Park. Mike Creger7 / 7

Turning maple leaves are washing the highland hills with color in the middle of Lake County. These are shots from a loop taken Monday up Highway 3 from Two Harbors to Finland, Isabella, and back down on Highway 2 to Two Harbors.

The best color this week was found in the Finland area. One good route to take is Highway 61 to Beaver Bay, then up Highway 4 to Highway 1 and into Finland. From there, take either Highway 6 (Little Marais Road) east and back to Highway 61 or go a bit farther north in Finland to take Highway 7 northeast to George H. Crosby Manitou State Park.

Continue from the park on 7 to Highway 8 and east into Cook County, where the road becomes Highway 1 and ends up in Schroeder, back on Highway 61 and the Lake Superior shore.

The color will likely peak this weekend in the Lake and Cook County highlands and reach areas closer to the lake in the next 10 days.

Send your shot

If you get a great shot of any scene this fall, don't forget to send it to the News-Chronicle to print. Show the whole world what makes the area special. Email chronicle@lcnewschronicle.com

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