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Buckley Rollway (1153)
Buckley Rollway (1153)
Buckley Rollway
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Blazing
Blazing
Ablaze in color, maple leaves stand out against a backdrop of pine trees along Hamlin Lake near the Hamlin Dam. The fall color hot spots at Ludington State Park remain the same year after year but the colors change based on the weather and the quality and direction of light at the moment of viewing.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 12 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 12 of 365
I have photographed the tree-lined west side of Merdel Manufacturing in Ludington many times, but I think this is the best I have ever seen it look. The trunks of the white birch trees always stand out against the red building. The fresh snowfall simplifies the color palette, allowing the trees and red wall to stand out even more than usual. F4.5 at 1/40, ISO 100, 12-24 mm lens at 12mm
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Buckley Rollway (1157)
Buckley Rollway (1157)
Buckley Rollway
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Bright Brush Strokes
Bright Brush Strokes
Turning your camera into a paintbrush is as simple as "painting" across a subject with your camera during a long exposure. The results are often both impressionistic and surprising. During one of our photography workshops I demonstrated how to "paint" some overturned kayaks stacked together along Hamlin Lake. I liked the results more than I expected.
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Buckley Rollway (1158)
Buckley Rollway (1158)
Buckley Rollway
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Explosion of Color
Explosion of Color
My dad and I are fortunate that our gallery customers give us hints that help us capture some of our best photographs at the Ludington State Park. Last fall, a traveling nurse from the Ludington hospital stopped in the gallery and told me about a flaming red and orange tree she had seen the day before on the Ridge Trail at the park. With her detailed directions, I was able to easily spot the tree and was lucky enough to walk away with a smile on my face.
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Winter Willow
Winter Willow
This willow tree in front of Emerson Lake Inn east of Walhalla, Michigan stands out any time of year, but on a rainy, foggy winter morning the grand old tree commands attention in a way I have never seen before.
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Buckley Rollway (1159)
Buckley Rollway (1159)
Buckley Rollway
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Country Line
Country Line
I started this morning trying to shoot the sunrise over Bear Lake in Manistee County, but the clouds were blocking the sun. I decided to take roads I had never driven westward toward Lake Michigan. Eventually I came upon a glorious horse farm built on rolling hills less than a mile from the Lake Michigan shoreline. The farm is on a road lined with huge maple trees. Fortunately for me, the sun finally came out while I was setting up this shot.
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Buckley Rollway (1171)
Buckley Rollway (1171)
Buckley Rollway
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Rachel\'s Day 15 of 366 - January 15, 2020
Rachel Gaudette’s Day 15 of 366 - January 15, 2020
A beautiful tree at sunset on Hansen Road in the eastern part of Mason County. Nikon D810. F29 at 1/6, ISO 100. 60-600mm lens at 220mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 15, 2020 at 5:15pm.
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PM River and Conrad Road (1796)
PM River and Conrad Road (1796)
PM River and Conrad Road
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Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (7999)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (7999)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed
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Wingelton Wonderland
Wingelton Wonderland
My favorite part of this photo is the tiny bit of green in the bottom of the composition. The snow was so thick and sticky that in less than two hours it completely transformed a dark, dreary forest and creek into a winter paradise.
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Maple Glory
Maple Glory
Maple Glory
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Anderson Road Fall Color
Anderson Road Fall Color
My uncle, Rod Marble, has owned a beautiful log cabin on the Lincoln River at the end of Anderson Road in Mason County for over 25 years. All year I look forward to driving down his road in the fall. Today was particularly picturesque.
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Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (8000)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (8000)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed
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Snow Covered Bliss
Snow Covered Bliss
Triangles and s-curves make for strong compositions in art and this photograph has both. Because of those elements, this photograph looks much more three dimensional than a lot of my other photographs. I also like how the reddish-brown oak leaves show up despite the sticky snow.
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Winter Is Coming
Winter Is Coming
One of my favorite places to take a "Sunday Drive" any day of the week in autumn is the wooded area of the 3,450-acre Nordhouse Dunes Wilderness between Ludington and Manistee. Today I find the seasonal transition spectacular.
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