Belle Isle Detroit: The Snowy Path To Two Countries.

Once a season I make my way on to Belle Isle Park in Detroit, Michigan. It’s an island park that sits in the middle of the Detroit River. I always head to the southwestern tip of the island to capture two cities, two skylines and two countries. Windsor, Ontario, Canada is on the left, Detroit, Michigan, United States is on the right.

I’ve posted about this place before, but this is the first time I’m doing so Live and in the moment. I’m out on the snowy path to two countries in the cold, wind and snow. :) Beautiful.

Belle Isle park, Detroit, Michigan, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, winter

Belle Isle park, Detroit, Michigan, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, winter

Belle Isle park, Detroit, Michigan, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, winter

Belle Isle park, Detroit, Michigan, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, winter

Belle Isle park, Detroit, Michigan, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, winter

12 responses to “Belle Isle Detroit: The Snowy Path To Two Countries.

  1. I’ve been to Detroit (I live an hour away) but never been to Belle Isle. Is that just a park? Are there things you can do even in winter? It does look beautiful seeing two countries separated by a river and all that snow.

    • It is. It was a city park until recently, now a Michigan state park. There is a marina, aquarium and lots of places to walk around in the warmer months. There are auto races and other events there in the summer. The winter months Im not sure of other then checking out the scenery. I have a thing for skylines so I love it there! :)

  2. Stunning Photography!!!

  3. Very pretty! I was in that area on the same day – cool!

  4. Winter is the time to go as it is prettier and less people. Nice shots.

  5. Love these pix! My favorite is the first one.

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