From the top of a particular giant, bald rock in a particular forested park, one can see overlapping hill on overlapping hill, layered over the span of Lake Superior. The birches and shrubs and pines fill the landscape with lavenders, creams, greens, golds and a beautiful rusty-red-violet. It's such a lovely place to get to be.
The park is Hartley–an old favorite in Duluth, Minnesota. And this spot is called Rock Knob. This is the view.