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Slow Dayz

This contented cow and her baby calves nap contentedly in the afternoon sun on a Mason County farm pasture.

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Donkey Greeting

Donkeys come to greet you on a spring day at a Mason County farm. The clouds in the sky show that rain may not be far away.

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Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider
Too magical to be real, a white horse makes an already beautiful Michigan fall color view truly magnificent. One never knows what wonder will appear when traveling the byways of West Michigan.
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Moo
Moo
I have been known to moo out loud at cows to get their attention. Usually, it doesn't work, and they just look at me like I am an idiot; but today it enticed this little one to come closer to me and my camera. My dad has taught me a lot of tricks of the trade over the years.
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Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms (0645)
Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms (0645)
Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms
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What You Looking At?
What You Looking At
My dad and I enjoy photographing these Scottish Highland Cattle south of Hart, Michigan. This one stared me down and looked as if he might charge at me at any moment. I know that little wire fence would have done nothing to protect me, but I couldn't resist trying to make this image. I love his swagger.
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Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms (0652)
Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms (0652)
Shoup Family Farm Weldon Creek Farms
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Rachel\'s Day 8 of 366 - January 8, 2020
Rachel's Day 8 of 366 - January 8, 2020
Rachel's outdoor farm cat Mufasa on a cold winter morning. Nikon D810. F5.6 at 1/1600, ISO 1600. 60-600mm lens at 240mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 8, 2020 at 1:06pm.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 11 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 11 of 365
Some of my favorite Christmas tree ornaments that my family has are the rocking horses that Hallmark put out in the 1980s. This last Christmas, I enjoyed pointing them out to my daughter Julia. This scene near Crystal Mountain Ski Resort in Benzie County reminded of those horses. F3.5 at 1/200, ISO 640, 70-200 mm lens at 200 mm
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365 Week (1279)
365 Week (1279)
365 Week
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Todd Reed\'s Day 18 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 18 of 365
I am sizing up a sunrise shot of the carferry Badger when my cell phone rings. My wife Debbie has scouted out a picture for me of horses at West Shore Equestrian Center on Sugar Grove Road on her way to Nursing School at West Shore Community College. She sounds very excited so I am off to see the horses. I am so glad I listened to my wife. F4.0 at 1/800, ISO 100, 80-200 mm lens at 130 mm
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Bright Spot
Bright Spot
After having the flu for several days, photographing this beautiful horse was definitely a bright spot in my day. I worked hard at making the horse comfortable with me so I could pose him just the way I needed for my photograph. The key to this composition is how the red sumac behind the horse looks like a musical score and his ears and head relate to the background.
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Gallant
Gallant
I have been trying every which way to make a portrait of this beautiful horse utilizing some nearby sumac as the backdrop. I concentrate on seeing the relationship between the horse and the sumac while also trying to capture a moment when the horse looks best. My telephoto zoom lens helps me simplify and fine-tune the composition.
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Soulful
Soulful
I feel like I can look into the heart and soul of this horse as I view it up close and personal through my camera. Brad and I discovered this gorgeous creature along county highway B31 near Fremont during a more than 250-mile Tuesday photo excursion along West Michigan highways and byways.
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Red Rider
Red Rider
While growing up, my grandpa, Bill Marble, had a reddish horse named Rose. I thought she was beautiful and have always liked horses that color. Today, not far from Fremont, Michigan my dad and I stumbled upon this gorgeous red rider.
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Siamese Horse
Siamese Horse
Is this one horse or two? I usually make certain to avoid mergers when I am making a photographic image, but this one is irresistible. While scouting for pictures in Hamlin Township, I spot a horse with incredibly beautiful eyes. As I am preparing to make this shot, a second horse ambles into the frame. I am laughing as I trip the shutter.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 26 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 26 of 366
I have always wanted to photograph this black horse on US31 near Norwalk, Michigan and today the scene was finally perfect. I have always wanted to photograph this black horse on US31 near Norwalk, Michigan and today the scene was finally perfect.
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Rachel\'s Day 28 of 366 - January 28, 2020
Rachel's Day 28 of 366 - January 28, 2020
My daughter Kasey's ewe, Lady Glitter Sparkles, had a little girl last night. Kasey named her Princess Poppy. Nikon D810. F1.8 at 1/160, ISO 12800. 85mm lens at 85mm. Handheld without a flash. January 28, 2020 at 7:56pm
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Brad Reed\'s Day 27 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 27 of 365
My great-grandma, Martha Delite Benson, was originally a Shoup and was born and raised near the farm where I took this photograph. It is still in the Shoup family. I love how life on this farm, and many other farms in Mason County, seems to move at a slower, more peaceful pace. F8.0 at 1/400, ISO 640, 18-50 mm lens at 50 mm
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Rachel\'s Day 30 of 366 - January 30, 2020
Rachel's Day 30 of 366 - January 30, 2020
Nikon D810. F6.3 at 1/1000, ISO 3200. 60-600mm lens at 480mm. Handheld without a tripod. January 30, 2020 at 4:57pm.
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