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Rachels Day 1 of 366 - January 1, 2020
Rachels Day 1 of 366 - January 1, 2020
Abandoned farm in Gaylord, MI. Nikon D810. F22 at 1/30 seconds, ISO 100. 70-200mm lens at 82mm. January 1, 2020 at 4:58pm.
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Lavender Hill Farms
Lavender Hill Farms
Did you know northern Michigan is an excellent place to grow lavender? Linda and Roy Longworth have created a successful lavender farm near Horton Bay, Michigan. The 45th parallel in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres is ideal for growing lavender and Horton Bay is located on the 45th parallel. The Longworth's have over 8,000 lavender plants and 30 different varieties. The gift shop is a treat to the senses. Go visit them and help them spread their success story around the country. D800, F11 at 1/160, ISO 400, 14-24mm lens at 24mm
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Todd Reed\'s Day 3 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 3 of 365
The fire barn at White Pine Village screams with color every day as I pass it by on my way to and from home. But it has never looked brighter or more splendid to me than today during one of the biggest, most beautiful snowfalls of the winter. F11.0 at 1/125, ISO 400, 80-200 mm lens at 80 mm
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Decoration Day
Decoration Day
Lake effect snow is dreaded by many, but not by many outdoor photographers. I am out early this morning traveling the countryside near the Lake Michigan shoreline, looking for a picture perfect scene. Here it is!
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Brad Reed\'s Day 12 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 12 of 366
An old barn and Christmas trees on US31 between Scottville and Manistee. Nikon D850. F5.6 at 1/640, ISO 400. 60-600mm lens at 220mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 12, 2020 at 9:58am.
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Iris Shopping
Iris Shopping
Thanks to our friend, Mike Schlitt, and a few other members of the Charleviox Camera Club, my dad and I found out about this iris farm on M72 between Traverse City and Empire. Several families were there this evening paying to pick their own flowers. It is such a wonderful place for people of all ages.
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Cloud Chasers - Panoramic
Cloud Chasers - Panoramic
M22 is always a beautiful drive no matter what time of year. On this gorgeous fall day, Rachel, Dustin, and I were on a shooting adventure. We couldn't resist stopping to photograph this iconic barn surrounded by brilliant fall color and stunning October clouds. Nikon D800. F22 at 1/40, ISO 100. 14-24mm lens at 14mm. On a tripod without a flash. October 27, 2016 at 1:20pm.
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Cloud Chasers
Cloud Chasers
M22 is always a beautiful drive no matter what time of year. On this gorgeous fall day, Rachel, Dustin, and I were on a shooting adventure. We couldn't resist stopping to photograph this iconic barn surrounded by brilliant fall color and stunning October clouds.
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Enjoying the Drive
Enjoying the Drive
One of the best things about hilly, curvy M22 is rounding the next bend or cresting the next steep hill and taking in yet another spectacular view through the windshield of your vehicle. I always look forward to seeing how this spot between Manistee and Onekama is going to look.
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Barn on South Custer Road (1707)
Barn on South Custer Road (1707)
Barn on South Custer Road
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Barn Between Traverse City and Sleeping Bear (2260)
Barn Between Traverse City and Sleeping Bear (2260)
Barn Between Traverse City and Sleeping Bear
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Todd Reed\'s Day 21 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 21 of 365
First thing this morning I am back to catch the early morning light hitting hay bales in Lavern Sobieralski's field at the corner of Victory Drive and Conrad Road. Just as I had pre-visualized, the hay bales stand out in the morning light along with Roger and Marcia Hansen's barns at the adjacent Cherry Hill Farm. F22.0 at 1/25, ISO 100, 80-200 mm lens at 105 mm
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Americana
Americana
The heart of small towns and villages dotted across West Michigan agricultural areas is often a sizable grain elevator/feed mill operation. I think the Tri-County Feed Service facility provides an impressive entrance to New Era when approaching from the north.
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Old Man Winter
Old Man Winter
While making this photograph near Walkerville, Michigan, I felt that this old abandoned house had a human characteristic to it. When trying to come up with a name for the photograph, my sister-in-law, Stephanie Reed, suggested Old Man Winter because she could see an old man with a long beard in the house and grasses. As soon as she mentioned that, I knew exactly what she was talking about.
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Tattered
Tattered
En route from Fremont to Walkerville, Brad and I discover this old house that is slowly but surely returning to the earth. As aged and deteriorated as the structure is, it somehow retains a certain grace and dignity that appeals to both Brad and me.
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Still Holding Up
Still Holding Up
It would appear that a huff and a puff might blow down this old barn southeast of Walkerville, Michigan. And yet I wonder how many years the wooden structure has leaned eastward without collapsing.
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Picture Perfect Barn
Picture Perfect Barn
I like to call it the "Marne Barn" because I am always on the lookout for it when I pass by it on I-96 west of Marne. The Mart Egan & Sons barn is one of the prettiest, best kept barns in Michigan. On this snowy day I felt compelled to get off the freeway at Marne and find my way there to photograph it.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 25 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 25 of 366
A large farm near the border of Mason and Ocean Counties looks like the skyline view of Chicago over Lake Michigan. Nikon D850. F6 at 1/20, ISO 100. 60-600mm lens at 340mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 25, 2020 at 5:17pm.
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