Sometimes, the U.P. just gives you days of extraordinary beauty. A 24-hour time-lapse video of the skies near Marquette shows one of them recently.
: Marquette photographer Shawn Malone did not set out to photograph variations of Michigan's sky within a 24-hour period. But on June 22, it just kind of happened.
Weather conditions in Marquette were ripe for capturing stunning photos of the starry Milky Way, morning's first glow, a passing storm, a double rainbow, dusk and the aurora borealis -- all during a single day at a Lake Superior beach about a mile from Malone's home.
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