The fog was thick this morning, making my trek across Michigan’s thumb, a slow cautious, time consuming journey.
I was driving home from my last call in Fairview and was taking in the rural beauty. The sky was a deep blue and filled with beautiful puffy, cotton-like clouds, all hovering over a field of corn; a typical rural skyline in Michigan’s “Thumb”. I couldn’t resist, I stopped the truck, rolled down the window, and captured the scene with my iPhone 4S.
Driving through the Thumb area, I came across this old gas station. I remember my grandma calling them “filling stations”. I had to pull over and shoot it. Shot with my iPhone 4S.
This is the main intersection in Peck, Michigan. So small is this Villuage, there isn’t even a traffic light, only a 4 way stop with stop signs. There is a Post Office though.