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Bond Falls at Sunset (1180)
Bond Falls at Sunset (1180)
Bond Falls at Sunset
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Brad Reed\'s Day 2 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 2 of 366
Shot at Bond Falls in Paulding, MI. Nikon D850. F22 at 0.4 seconds, ISO 100. 14-24mm lens at 21mm. January 2, 2020 at 3:11pm.
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Rachel\'s Day 2 of 366 - January 2, 2020
Rachel's Day 2 of 366 - January 2, 2020
Shot at Bond Falls in Paulding, MI. Nikon D810. F10 at 1/10 seconds, ISO 100. 17-35mm at 17mm. January 2, 2020 at 3:48pm
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Bond Falls
Bond Falls
Bond Falls
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Flowing Beauty
Flowing Beauty
Flowing Beauty
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Longing for Change
Longing for Change
Longing for Change
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Breathtaking Bond Falls
Breathtaking Bond Falls
 What better way to spend a beautiful fall day than traveling across Lake Michigan on the SS Badger on our way to shoot the vibrant color in the Upper Peninsula. Todd and Debbie Reed, Brad and Betsy Reed, Sarah Genson and I decided to have a fall get-away to the UP. It was a bright sun, blue sky, warm breeze, and smooth sailing way to start our journey. We then traveled through Wisconsin towards the Porcupine Mountains. We knew we wanted to make a stop at Bond Falls, and the closer it got to dark, the more worried we were that we would miss shooting the sunset there. We made it, got our waterproof clothing on and hurried to the falls. It was a stunning experience and a great way to end our first day of shooting!
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Reflections of Bond Falls
Reflections of Bond Falls
 In the fall of 2013 Todd and Debbie Reed, Brad and Betsy Reed, Sarah Genson and I headed north on a shooting adventure. After a long day of traveling on our way to the Porcupine Mountains, starting off with a trip across Lake Michigan on the SS Badger, and a drive through Wisconsin, we stopped at Bond Falls to shoot, arriving at sunset. It was incredibly beautiful and we had great light. After getting the shots they wanted, most of the group headed back to the car, and Sarah and I weren't far behind, when we were stopped by this scene. We stayed behind for one last shot. It was worth it!!
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Team Bonding
Team Bonding
Team Bonding
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Bonded in Time
Bonded in Time
 I had visited Bond Falls several years prior to making this image. I had been wanting to go back since I drove out of the parking lot on that first trip! Finally, I made the voyage back to the falls from my hometown of Custer, Michigan. I was eager to see the beautiful scene as I walked through the pathway from the truck. It was just as stunning as I remembered. Because of heavy rainfall in the area the week before, the falls were roaring. It was powerful, and I knew it could be dangerous if I got too close. I worked for an hour making images of the area around the falls. Then, I could focus on every inch of the falls themselves. I tried to think outside the box. As I worked my way up the falls, my mind kept coming back to this spot. I knew that I had to get as close as I could, while being safe. I got in position, and went to work. I was so excited with the image that I made!
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Bonding
Bonding
Bonding
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Breathtaking Bond Falls - Panoramic
Breathtaking Bond Falls - Panoramic
 What better way to spend a beautiful fall day than traveling across Lake Michigan on the SS Badger on our way to shoot the vibrant color in the Upper Peninsula. Todd and Debbie Reed, Brad and Betsy Reed, Sarah Genson and I decided to have a fall get-away to the UP. It was a bright sun, blue sky, warm breeze, and smooth sailing way to start our journey. We then traveled through Wisconsin towards the Porcupine Mountains. We knew we wanted to make a stop at Bond Falls, and the closer it got to dark, the more worried we were that we would miss shooting the sunset there. We made it, got our waterproof clothing on and hurried to the falls. It was a stunning experience and a great way to end our first day of shooting!
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Bond Falls Offshoot
Bond Falls Offshoot
Bond Falls Offshoot
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