Flying Ashore by Todd Reed As I was heading back to our photography gallery in downtown Ludington after lunch today, I observed a segment of very dark clouds high in the sky to the west. I drove quickly to the west end of Ludington Avenue, grabbed by camera out of the back of my Suburban and sprinted up a nearby sand dune at shore’s edge. A fast-moving rain (and hail as it turned out later) storm was headed ashore. I noticed that a powerful-looking portion of the clouds looked like a gigantic bird. I knew instantly that needed to be my focus. I made several shots with my Nikon D850 and a few with my iPhone. The rain was picking up and thunder and lightning were getting closer. I scrambled down the dune and back to my vehicle, beating the downpour of rain and hail by just a couple minutes. Gotta love a good storm front! Nikon D850. F10 at 1/100, ISO 400. 14-24mm lens at 14mm. On a tripod without a flash. September 20, 2022 at 1:18pm.

Flying Ashore

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