Michigan Highway 50 runs northwest-southeast from near Grand Rapids to near Toledo, Ohio. It's entirely a rural surface road starting at Interstate 96 just south of Lowell. It begins running south and east on a jagged path to a spot near Lake Odessa. Beyond there, it runs southeast through Charlotte, Eaton Rapids, Jackson, and Brooklyn. As it crosses US Route 12 south of Brooklyn, it bends into an east-southeasterly path bound straight for Monroe, on the western shore of Lake Erie. After passing through Tecumseh and Dundee on this east-southeasterly road, Michigan Highway 50 ends in Monroe at US Route 24, which runs mainly north-south while in Michigan.
My photo of a Michigan Highway 50 marker comes from its intersection with Michigan Highway 52 near Tecumseh, Michigan. Travelers heading north on Michigan Highway 52 will notice this signage as they approach the 4-way intersection, as Michigan Highway 50 runs east-west with a slight southeast-northwest tilt. This photo was taken in March 2019, as I was gallivanting around central and south-central Michigan.