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        Try These Pure Michigan Backgrounds For Your Video Calls

         
        As we’re all spending time at home, more and more people are turning to video conferencing software like Zoom to stay in touch with work colleagues and connect with family and friends. But being inside doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the beauty of Michigan. From trails to the fresh coast to iconic destinations, use these images to add a Pure Michigan background to your virtual conversations.
         
        Find directions on how to change your Zoom background here. If you're using a desktop computer, right-click on the image and select "Save image as..." to download for a Zoom Virtual Background.
          
        Michigan offers four seasons of outdoor fun and scenic views. Appear as if you're in a winter wonderland of snow-covered forests, frozen waterfalls, downhill skiing and urban excitement. 
         
        Ski lift at Mount Brighton
        Ski Lift in Michigan | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
          
        Hiker exploring the Eben Ice Caves
        The Eben Ice Caves | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
          
        Thermal Domes outside in downtown Detroit
        Winter in Downtown Detroit | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Skier on Schuss Mountain at Shanty Creek Resort
        Downhill Skiing | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
          
        Wagner Falls frozen in a snowy forest
        Wagner Falls During Winter | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        For many, catching a glimpse of the Mackinac Bridge on the horizon means adventure awaits. Keep the excitement going until your next trip across the Mighty Mac.
         
        Mackinac Bridge
        Mackinac Bridge at Sunset | Photo Courtesy of Nicole Lenneman
         
        Anyone who’s visited Mackinac Island knows why it’s one of Michigan’s most iconic destinations. With photos of an island bike ride, the beloved Grand Hotel porch or a sunset at historic British Landing, your virtual conversation can take place in a scenic setting on the “Jewel of the Great Lakes.”
          
        People on bicycles downtown on Mackinac Island
        Biking on Mackinac Island | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Rocking chairs on front porch of Grand Hotel
        Porch of the Grand Hotel | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Tulips in garden outside Grand Hotel
        Tulips in Front of the Grand Hotel | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
          
        People sitting in chairs on beach
        British Landing | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        One of Michigan’s most iconic waterfalls, approximately 50,000 gallons of water rush over the brink of Tahquamenon Falls each second. Imagine the sound and find a moment of serenity with this beautiful backdrop.
         
        People on observation deck beside Tahquamenon Falls
        Tahquamenon Falls | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan

        One of the most beloved shorelines in all of Michigan is Sleeping Bear Dunes. Relive your favorite summer vacations with this background of its scenic views.
         
        Trail on dune over Lake Michigan
        Trail at Sleeping Bear Dunes | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        The Soo Locks are a modern engineering marvel and a gem of Michigan. Using only gravity, the Locks raise and lower water levels so ships can safely pass the 21-foot difference between Lake Huron and Lake Superior. Appreciate the ingenuity of the Soo Locks with this up-close background!
         
        Freighter in Soo Locks
        Freighter at the Soo Locks | Photo Courtesy of Edwin Gott
         
        Michigan’s many trails lead to some incredible destinations, and many of them are a destination all on your own. Use these photos as your background so you can feel like you’re on your way to your perfect paradise.
         
        Stairs leading to Lake in Marquette
        Stairs to the Lake in Marquette | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Trail in forest in Upper Peninsula
        Upper Peninsula Trail | Photo Courtesy of Ryan Resatka
         
        Beloved by residents and visitors alike, Michigan’s beaches and the lighthouses standing watch over the Great Lakes are an essential part of what Michigan has to offer. With these images, admire Tawas Point Lighthouse or imagine you’re walking barefoot along a sandy shore at sunset. 
         
        Shores of Port Crescent Beach
        Sunset at Port Crescent Beach | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Tawas Point Light Station
        Tawas Point Light Station | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Not much is better than spending time at one of Michigan’s many state parks, whether you’re exploring trails alone or gathering for recreation with friends. This background of W. Mitchell State Park is bound to make you feel like you’re living in a perfect summer evening.
         
        Trees along lake at W. Mitchell State Park
        W. Mitchell State Park | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Beneath the waters of the Great Lakes lie plenty of shipwrecks. At Thunder Bay Preservation in Alpena, you can dive under the waters yourself and explore seven such wrecks. Don your scuba mask and set this photo as your background so you’ll always feel like you’re having the underwater adventure of a lifetime.
         
        Snorkeler swimming over shipwreck in Lake Huron
        Thunder Bay Shipwreck | Photo Courtesy of Joe Gall
         
        Kayaking through Michigan’s many waterways is an excellent way to reduce stress and enjoy the beauty of nature in our state. Conveniently, this background lets you do the same thing.
         
        Kayak on River
        Kayak on a River | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Visit-worthy attractions abound in Michigan—and not just outdoors. At The Henry Ford, you can explore the history of some of America’s most important innovations, or learn about how Michigan’s DNR protects valuable wildlife at the DNR Outdoor Adventure Center. Which will you choose?
         
        Plane exhibit at The Henry Ford museum
        Plane at the Henry Ford Museum | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Camping exhibit at the DNR Outdoor Adventure Center
        DNR Outdoor Adventure Center | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan

        Kitch-iti-kipi is a natural spring full of clear, cool water. Visitors can take a raft to the center and enjoy looking all the way to the bottom while fish pass by. If you’ve never visited, it’s a must—but in the meantime, you can use this photo as your background.
         
        Trees along water at Kitch-iti-kipi spring
        Kitch-iti-kipi | Photo Courtesy of Ryan Resatka
          
        Michigan is full of scenic overlooks that leave serious impressions. By using this photo from the Arcadia Overlook from Benzie County, you’re never far from a splendid Pure Michigan view.
         
        Inspiration Point Overlook over Lake Michigan
        Sunrise at Inspiration Point | Photo Courtesy of Dan Price

        Michigan has more than 650 public, scenic golf courses nestled among the state’s natural beauty and designed by some of the game’s greatest architects. When you use this photo of Benton Harbor’s Harbor Shores Golf Club as your background, you’ll feel ready to tee up every time you come online.
         
        Man putting golf ball in hole at Harbor Shores
        Harbor Shores Golf Course | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Camping in Michigan is a time-honored tradition responsible for creating memories that last a lifetime. This background will have you feeling like you’re kicked back by the campfire until your next trip.
         
        Tent and kayaks at campsite by Lake Michigan
        Camping on Lake Michigan | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
          
        Michigan’s abundant waters make for a fisherman’s paradise. Whether fly fishing on Au Sable or taking a boat out on the lake, these backgrounds are sure to make you feel like you’re having a relaxed day out on the water, waiting for the next catch.
         
        Fishers on boat in Alpena
        Fishing in Alpena | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Woman fly fishing on the Au Sable River
        Fly Fishing on Au Sable River | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        From the Riverwalk to the shores of Belle Isle, the Detroit Skyline will brighten the background of your virtual conversation.
         
        River Walk by the Renaissance Center
        Detroit Riverwalk | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan
         
        Detroit Skyline along river
        Detroit Riverwalk | Photo Courtesy of Pure Michigan

        Add a colorful touch of arts and culture to your video calls with images of iconic locations in Ann Arbor. 
         
        Zingerman's Delicatessen
        Zingerman's Delicatessen | Photo Courtesy of Visit Ann Arbor
          
        Interior of Nickels Arcade
        Nickels Arcade | Photo Courtesy of Visit Ann Arbor
           
        Exterior of Nickels Arcade
        Nickels Arcade | Photo Courtesy of Visit Ann Arbor
          
        Shops in downtown Ann Arbor
        Downtown Ann Arbor | Photo Courtesy of Visit Ann Arbor

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