Giant slope to Lake Superior, Log Slide area
This is part of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The water is Lake Superior. You can get some idea of the size of this slope from the group of adult trees in the middle of the picture. The slope falls for a hundred yards or meters, or more, down to the level of the Lake. The area was once heavily logged, and logs were slid down the slope to the Lake, for transport to other places.
I enhanced the contrast a little with The Gimp.
Isn't God a great artist?