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We Found Love
We Found Love
Big Sable Point Lighthouse has a lot of history. As for our family, both my brother Budde and son Tad got engaged at the top of the 1865 structure. On this April day, I made this image then spotted a couple at the water's edge obviously getting engaged. I recorded their historic moment with my camera from a distance and later gave them a photograph.
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A Big Day
A Big Day
A Big Day
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Rolling Through Time
Rolling Through Time
The Ada Covered Bridge was built in 1867 and has stood the test of time. Next to the bridge is an impressive railroad bridge that is still in use. I was fortunate today to have a Mid Michigan Railroad train go rumbling by just as I got into position to make this image. I wanted good depth of field in this photograph so I set my aperture at F8. In order to have a fast enough shutter speed to freeze the speeding train and shaking earth, I needed to rob the ISO bank. I set my ISO to 800 and was able to get the look and feel I wanted in this photograph.
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Soul Survivor
Soul Survivor
On one of the high spots of Victory Township, northeast of Ludington, this windmill stands out against the sky. It is one of the spots I gravitate toward when the sky looks as if it will turn brilliant.
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Wind Storm
Wind Storm
I love when the sky looks more ominous than a scene out of my favorite Peanuts cartoon strip in which Snoopy, at his typewriter on top of his doghouse, begins: "It was a dark and stormy night
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365 Week 13 (8684)
365 Week 13 (8684)
365 Week 13
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Evening Tranquility
Evening Tranquility
Evening Tranquility
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June Has Arrived - Panoramic
June Has Arrived - Panoramic
June Has Arrived - Panoramic
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Fire It Up
Fire It Up
Last night after I got done watching a movie at the theater, I drove out to the First Curve on M116 at the Ludington State Park to see if the Northern Lights were out. I knew they had been out the night before, but the clouds were so thick in our area, you couldn't get a good photo of them. The application, Aurora Forecast, that I use on my iPhone, was measuring a level 5 on the KP scale. Usually at a level 5, you can see a tiny bit of color with a trained eye and some of the white pillars if they are out, but your camera will pick up the color much better. Standing in the parking lot of the First Curve, I could see the white pillars, but no color. It took me a few minutes to get my boots, warm clothes, headlamp, and hat on and to get my camera pre-set at the truck. I hustled up the small dune to the north of where I parked with my camera and tripod and this was the first exposure I made. It turned out to be the best shot of the night because the light show was short lived. The red light in the foreground is from a car's headlights as it was approaching from behind me at the very end of the exposure. I was fired up to say the least.
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Spring Meadow (8033)
Spring Meadow (8033)
Spring Meadow
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May (8035)
May (8035)
May
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Ludington Lightning
Ludington Lightning
Ludington Lightning
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the Grounds at Legends Deer Ranch (9485)
the Grounds at Legends Deer Ranch (9485)
the Grounds at Legends Deer Ranch
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May (8042)
May (8042)
May
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Daisies Gone Wild
Daisies Gone Wild
There is something special about coming back day after day to check out the progression of growth of wildflowers on your own land. Today these wild daisies on family land along the Pere Marquette River look splendid. I linger to study them and try to build an image that honors how good they make me feel.
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Capturing Memories
Capturing Memories
Capturing Memories
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Underwater at Kitchitkipi
Underwater at Kitchitkipi
Underwater at Kitchitkipi
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Super Moon
Super Moon
Super Moon
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Beach House Aglow
Beach House Aglow
Beach House Aglow
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Come With Me
Come With Me
Come With Me
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