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Into the Forest
Into the Forest
With thousands of travelers a year on the trails at the Ludington State Park, it is easy to find your way through the woods and deep into the forest.
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Rachel\'s Day 48 of 366 - February 17, 2020
Rachel's Day 48 of 366 - February 17, 2020
Nikon D810. F11 at 84 seconds, ISO 100. 14mm lens at 14mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 17, 2020 at 6:51pm.
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Dead Still
Dead Still
Something about this dead tree attracted me to it when I spotted this snow-covered bog along US131 north of Manton, Michigan, and decided it would be a good place to make some early morning images.
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Dying Art
Dying Art
At first glance, a dead tree is not a pleasant sight, certainly not a beautiful one. But when a person spends enough time in the forest and comes to appreciate the natural evolution of life and death, one can actually look for and see the beauty in natural things that have died. I felt that way as soon as I saw this scene. Flooding years earlier in this dune valley swale had killed this tree and many others nearby. New life was all around.
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Tad\'s Tree
Tad's Tree
For many of the months my dad and I were shooting at Ludington State Park for this book, my older brother Tad was busy fighting the war in Iraq. The park became a safe haven for my dad and me, a place to clear our heads and our hearts. The park allowed us to somehow feel closer to Tad. This tree on the north edge of the Ridge Trail became a special place for me and I named the spot "Tad's Tree."
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Winters Bog
Winters Bog
An outdoor photographer is dwarfed by the large Northern Michigan bog he is exploring on a winter morning. The bog lies along US131 north of Manton, Michigan.
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Made In Michigan
Made In Michigan
One of Michigan's best assets are the pristine forests that cover the state. I love watching how the forests change as you move farther north in Michigan. These trees at Wilderness State Park look more rugged and "Northern" than the trees to the south in Ludington.
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Memory Lane
Memory Lane
Up until I graduated from college, my Grandpa and Grandma Reed lived on the Pere Marquette River near Walhalla at the very end of Budzynski Road. I learned to drive on this country road. I have always thought the road was more beautiful than most, but today it looks prettier than I have ever seen.
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Michigan Wilderness
Michigan Wilderness
Wilderness State Park near Mackinaw City is one of Michigan's best-kept secrets. With Lake Michigan as its border, the Wilderness State Park is a glorious glimpse of what Michigan may have looked like 100 years ago. Wild, pristine, diverse, and glorious are just a few words that come to mind when trying to describe Wilderness State Park. I look forward to spending quality time exploring more of the park in the future.
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Brad\'s Beech Tree
Brad's Beech Tree
This willow tree graces the Ludington beach near the entrance to Stearns Park. Often it frames picturesque views of Lake Michigan. On this night, the tree takes center stage, leaving an anchored freighter to play a supporting role.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 53 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 53 of 366
Nikon D850. F11 at 1/400, ISO 400. 24-70mm lens at 35mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 22, 2020 at 1:15pm.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 50 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 50 of 365
This scene greeted me on South Lakeshore Drive near my home upon my return from Georgia. It reminds me of the Bible story in Exodus of the burning bush Moses encountered. F8.0 at 1/320, ISO 100, 80-200 mm lens at 135 mm
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Exploring Michigan
Exploring Michigan
Exploring Michigan
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Fall Tapestries
Fall Tapestries
Fall Tapestries
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Falling
Falling
Falling
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Todd Reed\'s Day 52 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 52 of 365
A mystic morning greets me. Fog bathes the Buttersville Peninsula outside our Crosswinds home. The scene looks subtly beautiful and makes waking up without our sidekick Beamer momentarily more bearable. Life without your lab is simply not as good. F5.0 at 1/320, ISO 100, 105 mm lens at 105 mm
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Finding the Angles
Finding the Angles
Finding the Angles
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Life Ever After
Life Ever After
This morning I photographed McLaren Lake near Hesperia at sunrise. I loved seeing the sunlight shining through the top of the trees and mixing with the fog.
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Into the Wild
Into the Wild
This view from high atop Big Point Sable Lighthouse shows the layers of dunes and forest between Lake Michigan and Hamlin Lake and reveals the vastness and beauty of the remote northern area of Ludington State Park. Brad and I climbed to the top of the lighthouse on an early November morning and sat in the dark, anxiously awaiting sunrise. The light and atmosphere that appeared was well worth the chilly wait.
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