This view of the rocky cliffs shows the stratification typical of sandstone deposits. These cliffs are part of the Pictured Rock National Lakeshore, between Munising and Grand Marais, Michigan.
The description states:
This is a land of pictured rocks and beautiful waterfalls. The 200-foot-high colored, nature-carved Pictured Rocks are one of the scenic wonders of the world. An excellent view of the breath-taking grandeur of the Pictured Rocks are the Palisades.
–The vertical streaks of color on the cliff faces is caused by mineralized water leaching from the rock faces. This card likely dates from the 1950s.