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  • Joan Ducksworth

    Old Round Island Point Lighthouse, Mackinac Island -straits of Mackinac

  • Travel Channel

    Mackinac Island, Michigan

  • Linda Williams

    Also known as the Old Round Island Point Lighthouse, the Mackinac Island Lighthouse rises above uninhabited Round Island in the Straits of Mackinac, which stretch between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron.

  • Stephan Boatin
    Stephan Boatin • 50 weeks ago

    A very special place. Go there and do it right. Leave your smart phone and other electronics in your car trunk. Just bring your camera and clothes and be prepared to become a real person for a few days or hours.

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