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Spirit of My Soul
Spirit of My Soul
 Most days I drive along Fountain Road from my home on Ford Lake, to Jebavy drive and then into town. I love the peacefulness of this drive, the country view, and the special feeling I get to start my days with. Being a country girl, I am always in awe of the beauty of the countryside. There have been many mornings that I pass by scenes, seeing the potential someday, but maybe it wasn’t THAT day. Other mornings I see the potential in front of me, but I am in a hurry to get into town and start my work day, and the scene quickly passes me by, on these days I regret not stopping and making the image that I have now only in my memories. This particular morning the sunrise was so beautiful I had to stop, I just couldn’t drive by without capturing this image. Now, I’m happy that I not only have this scene in my memories, but also in a way that I can share with others.
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Old Mission Quilt
Old Mission Quilt
I love it when a picture comes together. I have passed this beautifully cared for old barn many times while traveling M22 on Old Mission Peninsula. Today, at the peak of blossom time, it stands out like never before.
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Family History
Family History
My great grandma, Martha Delite Shoup Benson, grew up in this house on Hansen Road in eastern Mason County. The house is still in pretty good shape, but the barn has seen better days. I wish I could travel back in time and have my great-grandma and her siblings give me a tour of the homestead in all of its glory.
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Smiling at the Sun
Smiling at the Sun
I don't know who was smiling bigger when the sun finally came out today, this sunflower or me. As the famous National Geographic photographer Sam Abell might say, I was "in the presence of a picture."
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Taking Your Time
Taking Your Time
Traveling byways instead of freeways and highways is slower but gives me more new places to discover and more time to appreciate the view. Today I am stunned by my find of an attractive old barn in Oceana County that through the snowflakes looks to me like an Andrew Wyeth painting.
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Sweet Summertime
Sweet Summertime
I love seeing the Michigan countryside flower. Sweet pea along a farm fence line looks as pretty to me as any flower arrangement I can imagine. I am glad that I took a less-traveled road on this summer day while meandering between Whitehall and Hart.
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Wednesday December (6076)
Wednesday December (6076)
Wednesday December
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Country Strong
Country Strong
Country Strong
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Country Strong_Vertical Crop
Country Strong_Vertical Crop
Country Strong_Vertical Crop
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Barn on Tuttle Road (7492)
Barn on Tuttle Road (7492)
Barn on Tuttle Road
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Amish Landscape
Amish Landscape
One of the most rewarding aspects of driving through the countryside from Point to Point is discovering and rediscovering, the many picturesque farms. Some retain much of the appearance they had a century ago. A traditional farm on Hawley Road, south of Scottville, was aglow as the sun dropped beneath the clouds just before setting.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 38 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 38 of 365
My wife Debbie is busy studying for one of her nursing classes so I decide to take a Sunday drive northeast through the countryside. Forty-five minutes later, near Natahka in the southwest corner of Lake County, I am attracted to a birch tree and rustic wood structure that have beautifully grown old together. F14.0 at 1/80, ISO 100, 80-200 mm lens at 80 mm
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Blue Ribbon Cows
Blue Ribbon Cows
Cows curious about a visitor line a fence while two others check things out from the flapped doorway that allows them to go in and out of their barn as they please. I always look forward to seeing the cows at a farm along Fountain Road in northern Mason County.
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Pastoral Scene
Pastoral Scene
I was on a scouting expedition to find good locations for photographing fall color when I came across this pastoral scene along Sugar Grove Road west of Round Lake. The red barns caught my eye, but it was the sheep in the foreground that made me stop to make a photograph.
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Cherry Basket Farm
Cherry Basket Farm
My dad and I always like to have strong immediacy in our photographs. With my wide-angle lens, I got very close to this frozen fruit tree and then made the barn a much smaller part of the composition. The final photograph is an environmental portrait of Cherry Basket Farm near Omena, Michigan in Leelanau County.
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Michigan Morning
Michigan Morning
I am grateful to have made this picture of one of my favorite barns. Like other vintage wooden barns, this one, on Beaune Road in Hamlin Township, fell victim to the ravages of time and northern Michigan weather and is no longer standing.
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Timeless Taste
Timeless Taste
The architecture of this barn was simply exquisite when it was built more than a century ago just north of the Village of Omena near Northport, Michigan. Now the barn serves as the centerpiece of Cherry Basket Farm, which hosts weddings, private parties, and other events. As an outdoor photographer and lover of classic Michigan barns, I am grateful that the creative use of the barn and other structures on the site enables the owner, Epicure Catering, to maintain the farm in such pristine condition.
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Autumn In the Country
Autumn In the Country
Young maple trees and an old barn on Fisher Road caught my eye while en route to West Shore Community College to teach a photography class. I try to persuade my students to always have their cameras with them and tell them that stopping to take a photograph is one of the few good excuses for being late to class. I try to leave home early so I can make a picture and still get to class on time.
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Made In the USA
Made In the USA
After five unsuccessful photo trips to the Schwass farm in Riverton Township, south of Scottville, I thought I was never going to take a good photograph of their winter squash. The challenge was to make a picture that would stir the viewer's emotions the way they had described the experience to me. On the sixth trip, a golden luminescence from the setting sun gave me the feeling they must have had. I was glad for the tips and my perseverance.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 45 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 45 of 366
Nikon D850. F22 at 1/80, ISO 100. 14-24mm lens at 20mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 14, 2020 at 2:28pm.
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