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A Miniature Forest
A Miniature Forest
Just to the northwest of Ruckel's Bridge at the Silver Lake State Park, I came upon this miniature looking forest. I loved how the dappled light was highlighting a few of these beautiful plants. F9 at 0.3, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 23mm
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Autumn Majesty
Autumn Majesty
This maple tree along Michigan's west shore is a muse of mine. For years I have checked it out each fall. I don't think I have ever seen it more beautiful than on this October day.
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Winter Therapy
Winter Therapy
Winter Therapy
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Todd Reed\'s Day 73 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 73 of 365
I have to laugh and smile looking at the face I see on the trunk of this birch tree. We take some pictures just for the fun of it. F11.0 at 1/60, ISO 100, 80-200 mm lens at 200 mm
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Brad Reed\'s Day 73 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 73 of 365
Today the weather was spectacular in Ludington. Betsy and I dug out the double stroller and loaded up Ethan and Julia and we all went for a nice walk down to the beach. Just down the road from our house, I made this photo of a freshly cut tree stump. F9.0 at 1/125, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 20 mm
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Brad Reed\'s Day 77 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 77 of 366
Nikon D850. F13 at 1/20, ISO 100. 14-24mm lens at 24mm. March 17, 2020 at 5:53pm.
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Winter World
Winter World
Brad and I are winter persons. We love being outside in the snow, photographing, hiking, cross-country skiing, downhill skiing; you name it. But on a winter day as magical as this, we'd better be shooting pictures. We were, and I am glad we were. Following a deer trail through the pines south of the dam at Ludington State Park led me into a winter world of white.
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Spring Art
Spring Art
There are so many beautiful orchards in Michigan to drive past; it would probably take the entire blossom season to see them all. This one within a few miles of Lake Michigan between Hart and Shelby, Michigan looks as picture-perfect on this May morning as any I have ever seen.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 76 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 76 of 365
The students in my Photo 1 class at West Shore Community College have set out this morning to find images that will render well with color film. I enjoy watching them use their own vision to find images I might never see. We talk about looking close; I follow my own advice and find this frosted maple leaf. F20.0 at 1/15, ISO 100, 105 mm lens at 105 mm
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Electric Landscape
Electric Landscape
My dad and I have found that the best way to photograph lightning is using the longest exposure possible for the given situation. This photograph is a 30-second exposure at F8 and an ISO of 100. It was shot on a sturdy tripod that could withstand the 30 miles-per-hour winds. This fierce thunderstorm headed north very quickly and it took out power in Manistee, Michigan.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 77 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 77 of 365
These grand old maple trees look particularly attractive to me wearing their maple syrup pails in the morning light. I am sure my friend from high school days, Stanley Peterson, won't mind me stopping in the front yard of his beautiful farm on Benedict Road to make this image. F22.0 at 0.3, ISO 100, 12-24 mm lens at 24 mm
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365 Week (0333)
365 Week (0333)
365 Week
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365 Week (1161)
365 Week (1161)
365 Week
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Wednesday (1293)
Wednesday (1293)
Wednesday
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Wednesday Epworth Fall Color (1331)
Wednesday Epworth Fall Color (1331)
Wednesday Epworth Fall Color
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Haunting Morning
Haunting Morning
My dad and I are always photo hunting as we drive or ride in cars. This morning we passed a huge swamp that was full of dead trees. One of the dead trees was tilted at a 45-degree angle and it caught my eye as I was sitting in the passenger seat of my dad's Suburban. I had my dad pull over and turn around. I grabbed my camera and tripod and a few seconds later made this composition. F8 at 1/2000, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 18mm
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Growing Old
Growing Old
Growing Old
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Brad Reed\'s Day 82 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 82 of 365
I lay on my back in my neighbor's front yard to make this photo. She came out to check on me to make sure I was all right. I assured her I was fine, and that the giant tree in her yard captured my attention. F8.0 at 1/160, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 18 mm
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Birch Byway
Birch Byway
One of the treats of going to Michigan's Upper Peninsula is that you can still see large stands of birch trees there. As I drove around a curve on H58
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Spirit Tree
I feel the spirit of these woods at Hartwick Pines State Park so strongly I am compelled to make an annual pilgrimage to Grayling to revere this place as much as to photograph it. Some of these native white pines tower 300 feet over my head. The view from lying on the ground at the base of one of these monsters is priceless.
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