Taken from the International Space Station (ISS), this photograph shows the city of Green Bay, Wisconsin, at the southern end of icebound Green Bay, a basin of Lake Michigan. The heavy snowfalls of winter 2014 cover the landscape. Because of the low sun illumination on a winter’s day, all surfaces appear in shades of gray:
Door County Driving Tour This 90-mile route samples the best of this compact area's attractions, including a ferry trip to Rock Island. Water defines the Door Peninsula, a finger of land that juts northward between Green Bay and Lake Michigan. In fact, you're never more than 10 minutes from a view of the lake or the bay when you visit this northeasternmost section of the Badger State.