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Newborn
Newborn
A mother watches over her newborn calf. Conrad Road, between Ludington and Scottville, is an area rich with pastoral scenes.
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Great America
Great America
When I saw the clouds on this afternoon I went in search of a picture in the countryside. After driving up and down rural roads for a time, I remembered a farm northeast of Scottville I had photographed one winter's day. As it came into view, I knew I had found my picture. The scene reminded me of the "Wizard of Oz" before the tornado takes away Dorothy's home.
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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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Splendor In the Grass
Splendor In the Grass
In photography and in life, getting close to someone or something brings out feelings you have never felt before. That's the kind of strong feelings I seek when I am fortunate enough to be on the Lake Michigan shoreline with my camera on an evening like this.
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On Eagle\'s Wings
On Eagle's Wings
Having multiple camera lenses is a blessing and a curse. After a long snowy hike back from Big Point Sable Lighthouse, I spotted six bald eagles in a row of tall white pines about a quarter mile ahead. Of course, I had my wide-angle lens on my camera, and I scrambled for my telephoto as each bird took flight and soared overhead. Once I had the proper equipment ready, a seventh bird, an immature bald eagle, came into view.
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Fisherman\'s Dream
Fisherman's Dream
This scene reminds me of the one-on-one battle between man and fish Ernest Hemingway wrote about in The Old Man and the Sea. Serious fishermen are like serious photographers; they dream day and night of being there to experience those exhilarating, unforgettable moments they can't imagine living without. For some it goes beyond being a pastime; it is an important part of their being.
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Hamlin Ablaze
Hamlin Ablaze
Hamlin Ablaze
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Kay\'s Sendoff
Kay's Sendoff
Kay's Sendoff
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Lilacs at Point Betsie
Lilacs at Point Betsie
Lilacs at Point Betsie
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Obsession
Obsession
I hiked the Island Trail at Ludington State Park religiously the spring of 2007, obsessed with finding wild flowers in bloom. After many days of trekking, this wild Iris greeted me on a dewy morning the first week of June in one of the wetland areas of the trail near Hamlin Lake.
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Lake Michigan Muse
Lake Michigan Muse
Lake Michigan Muse
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Kinney Road Beauty
Kinney Road Beauty
Kinney Road Beauty
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Listers Orchard
Listers Orchard
Listers Orchard
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Ludington Shining Bright
Ludington Shining Bright
Ludington Shining Bright
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Mary the Albino Robin
Mary the Albino Robin
Mary the Albino Robin
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My Home Town
My Home Town
My Home Town
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On Golden Pond
On Golden Pond
The wake being made by a male mallard ripples the glassy surface of a pond turned golden by the setting sun. The tranquil scene reminded me of the wonderful Hamlin Lake outings I enjoyed with my parents and my brother Budde while growing up.
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Manning Memorial Lighthouse
Manning Memorial Lighthouse
Manning Memorial Lighthouse
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One Is Not Like The Other
One Is Not Like The Other
One Is Not Like The Other
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Brad Reed\'s Day 65 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 65 of 366
I made this image last night at the Sable River Outlet in the Ludington State Park. It was a beautiful night. Not a ton of color, but the clouds and contrast from the storm light were amazing. Nikon D850. F22 at 1.6 seconds, ISO 100. 14-24mm lens at 14mm. On a tripod without a flash. March 5, 2020 at 6:11pm.
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