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Snowy Oak - Panoramic
Snowy Oak - Panoramic
I believe that if John B. Sobanski were alive today he would be proud to see how well his homestead at the end of Victory Corners Road has been maintained by his descendents. Nestled along the Pere Marquette River, this has to be one of the most beautiful farms in Mason County. This monster oak tree looks beautiful all year long, but I think it looks best covered in snow. F22 at 1/15, ISO 100, 14mm lens at 14mm
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On the Range
On the Range
The old chicken coop and storage barn on the John B. Sobanski homestead in Amber Township was bathed in magic light this morning. With the giant clouds, blue sky, and sunshine, I felt like I was photographing a farm in Wyoming or Colorado. F8 at 1/320, ISO 100, 14mm lens at 14mm
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Brian\'s Eye_
Brian's Eye_
My friend, Brian Mulherin, is the outdoor writer at the Ludington Daily News. Today he tagged along with my dad and me to write a story about our Tuesdays Project for the paper. Brian spotted these icicles lining the snow covered eves of an old farm building on the John B. Sobanski homestead in Amber Township and pointed me in the right direction with my camera. F8 at 1/200, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 50mm
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Amber Farm
The sun pops out like magic for me just as I am finally able to hold back the last pine branch in the way of making this wintertime image at the Amber Township farm settled in 1919 by John B. Sobanski. Brad and I photographed this marvelously preserved farm before the first snow of the year and were anxious to see it after a fresh snowfall. The view was better than either of us could ever have imagined. F18 at 1/60, ISO 100, 24-70mm lens at 24mm
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Old Time Fun
Old Time Fun
Someday I would love to photograph Roger Hansen working on rebuilding this old car in his machine shop at Cherry Hill Farm on Conrad Road. Until then, I will enjoy looking at our neighbor's car sitting next to his magnificent barn and photographing it in different seasons. F22 at 1/6, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 18mm
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Frozen in Time
Frozen in Time
Meandering our way through Oceana County, my son Brad and I venture down a side road near Crystal Valley that looks less traveled. After driving a short way, this classic old farm comes into view at the end of a snowy harvested cornfield. Everything about the farm, including its neatness and lofty location high atop a hill, looks grand to me. F6.3 at 1/160, ISO 100, 80-200mm lens at 120mm
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Time Warp
Time Warp
This classic barn on South Custer Road between Sippy Road and Anthony Road looks like it will blow over in the next big wind storm. Maybe the tree that borders the barn is helping to keep it upright. I am just glad that I was able to document this beautiful piece of Mason County history before Mother Nature takes it down. F22 at 1/4, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 18mm
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Christmas Church
Christmas Church
I enjoy looking at the Norwalk Lutheran Church every time I pass by it on US31 between Manistee and Bear Lake, Michigan. Today a fresh coat of snow on the steeple and roof has decorated the classic country church for Christmas. F9 at 1/400, ISO 800, 80-200mm lens at 165mm
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Whitewashed World
Whitewashed World
I have long admired the simple, beautiful style and upkeep of this whitewashed barn near Bear Lake, Michigan. Today the roof of the barn and surrounding trees are whitewashed with snow. I envision the scene as a sketch of winter in the Michigan countryside. F7.1 at 1/500, ISO 800, 80-200mm lens at 135mm
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