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Timeless Beauties
Timeless Beauties
While taking back roads up to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore tonight, we drove by this old McCormick-Deering tractor. I had my dad turn the Suburban around so I could hop out and make this photograph. Both the tractor and the massive old maple tree are timeless beauties. I wonder which one is older? F10 at 1/125, ISO 400, 18-50mm lens at 18mm
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Rachels Day 1 of 366 - January 1, 2020
Rachels Day 1 of 366 - January 1, 2020
Abandoned farm in Gaylord, MI. Nikon D810. F22 at 1/30 seconds, ISO 100. 70-200mm lens at 82mm. January 1, 2020 at 4:58pm.
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Sunflower Storm
Sunflower Storm
Photographers should pay farmers to grow sunflowers! When I think of million dollar view, I think of a field of sunflowers in the country as with this scene found along Beyer Road in northern Mason County. I pray the farmers who grow them make a handsome profit to continue to plant them.
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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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Lavender Hill Farms
Lavender Hill Farms
Did you know northern Michigan is an excellent place to grow lavender? Linda and Roy Longworth have created a successful lavender farm near Horton Bay, Michigan. The 45th parallel in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres is ideal for growing lavender and Horton Bay is located on the 45th parallel. The Longworth's have over 8,000 lavender plants and 30 different varieties. The gift shop is a treat to the senses. Go visit them and help them spread their success story around the country. D800, F11 at 1/160, ISO 400, 14-24mm lens at 24mm
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Todd Reed\'s Day 3 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 3 of 365
The fire barn at White Pine Village screams with color every day as I pass it by on my way to and from home. But it has never looked brighter or more splendid to me than today during one of the biggest, most beautiful snowfalls of the winter. F11.0 at 1/125, ISO 400, 80-200 mm lens at 80 mm
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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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Decoration Day
Decoration Day
Lake effect snow is dreaded by many, but not by many outdoor photographers. I am out early this morning traveling the countryside near the Lake Michigan shoreline, looking for a picture perfect scene. Here it is!
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Lost in Time
Lost in Time
It has been interesting watching this old abandoned home near Silver Lake change over the last 20 years. My guess is that within the next year or two a good portion of it will collapse.
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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 5 of 366 - January 5, 2020
Rachel's Day 5 of 366 - January 5, 2020
Rachel's family farm Allis Chalmers on Weldon Creek Farm. Nikon D810. F10 at 1/30 seconds, ISO 3200. 70-200mm lens at 70mm. January 5, 2020 at 4:00pm.
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Country Lane
Country Lane
Maple trees planted when horse and buggy traveled a country lane now tower over anything or anyone passing their way. The stretch of Decker Road, between Ludington and Scottville, is one of the few country roadways in the area that remain more of a lane a road. Because of its natural look and the magnificent maples, it has long been one of my favorite spots to drive through and to photograph.
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Dreamscape
Dreamscape
Dreamscape
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Arcadia Glory
Arcadia Glory
I thank God for this glorious view from the Lake Michigan bluff high above Arcadia. After years of looking, I finally found a vantage point that is giving me an unobstructed view of this church steeple amidst a sea of hardwood tree canopies in full fall color. D800, F5.6 at 1/100, ISO 400, 500mm lens at 700mm
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Brad Reed\'s Day 8 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 8 of 365
The first week of the 365 Project seems to be an overwhelming success. The response to the photos by email and on Facebook has been fantastic. To start the second week of my shooting, I headed south of Ludington to the fruit fields in Summit Township on Morton Road. This is one of my favorite areas of Mason County. F22.0 at 0.5, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 50 mm
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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 9 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 9 of 366
Shot at the Greene Farm on Conrad Road. Nikon D850. F22 at 1.6 seconds, ISO 100. 24-70mm lens at 34mm. On a tripod with and external flash set to rear sync. January 9, 2020 at 8:16am.
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Christofferson Farms
Christofferson Farms
As a team-building exercise to kick off the busy summer selling season, my dad and I took many of our staff members out shooting with us today. We started the morning shooting the sunrise at Bass Lake, then we shot sailboats on Pentwater Lake. Now we have moved to Christofferson Farms on Morton Road south of Ludington. As I am composing this photograph, I am certain I will be back in the fall to pick the fruit off these same trees with my wife and kids; we enjoy going there every fall.
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