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Brad Reed\'s Day 25 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 25 of 366
A large farm near the border of Mason and Ocean Counties looks like the skyline view of Chicago over Lake Michigan. Nikon D850. F6 at 1/20, ISO 100. 60-600mm lens at 340mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 25, 2020 at 5:17pm.
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Picture Perfect Barn
Picture Perfect Barn
I like to call it the "Marne Barn" because I am always on the lookout for it when I pass by it on I-96 west of Marne. The Mart Egan & Sons barn is one of the prettiest, best kept barns in Michigan. On this snowy day I felt compelled to get off the freeway at Marne and find my way there to photograph it.
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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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Yellow Flowers in Fog on Stiles Road (3485)
Yellow Flowers in Fog on Stiles Road (3485)
Yellow Flowers in Fog on Stiles Road
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Spirit of My Soul
Spirit of My Soul
 Most days I drive along Fountain Road from my home on Ford Lake, to Jebavy drive and then into town. I love the peacefulness of this drive, the country view, and the special feeling I get to start my days with. Being a country girl, I am always in awe of the beauty of the countryside. There have been many mornings that I pass by scenes, seeing the potential someday, but maybe it wasn’t THAT day. Other mornings I see the potential in front of me, but I am in a hurry to get into town and start my work day, and the scene quickly passes me by, on these days I regret not stopping and making the image that I have now only in my memories. This particular morning the sunrise was so beautiful I had to stop, I just couldn’t drive by without capturing this image. Now, I’m happy that I not only have this scene in my memories, but also in a way that I can share with others.
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Indian Summer
Indian Summer
Everyone loves seeing apple blossoms decorate the countryside of the Lake Michigan shoreline counties in springtime, but I am among the many who get just as excited to see the apple trees loaded with apples ready for harvest at the end of summer and during fall.
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 Double Rainbow over Weldon Creek Farms
 I had just arrived at my parent’s home east of Custer, Michigan, and the smell of homemade chicken soup was in the air, dinner was ready! My two kids and two nieces were already seated at the table when we started to see the glow of the sunset through the kitchen window. We ran outside to watch and what we found was an incredible rainbow to the east! I hurried to get the tripod and camera out. The rainbow started to get more intense, and the double appeared at the same time as we were seeing beautiful magic light from the sunset. The light was hitting the tops of the trees; it was one of the most incredible scenes that I’ve ever witnessed! I was able to get a few shots off before the intense glow started to fade. What an incredible sight to see and share with the family!
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Old Mission Quilt
I love it when a picture comes together. I have passed this beautifully cared for old barn many times while traveling M22 on Old Mission Peninsula. Today, at the peak of blossom time, it stands out like never before.
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Family History
Family History
My great grandma, Martha Delite Shoup Benson, grew up in this house on Hansen Road in eastern Mason County. The house is still in pretty good shape, but the barn has seen better days. I wish I could travel back in time and have my great-grandma and her siblings give me a tour of the homestead in all of its glory.
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Rachel\'s Day 28 of 366 - January 28, 2020
Rachel Gaudette’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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Smiling at the Sun
Smiling at the Sun
I don't know who was smiling bigger when the sun finally came out today, this sunflower or me. As the famous National Geographic photographer Sam Abell might say, I was "in the presence of a picture."
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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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Fall Leaves on Conrad Road (4438)
Fall Leaves on Conrad Road (4438)
Fall Leaves on Conrad Road
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Taking Your Time
Traveling byways instead of freeways and highways is slower but gives me more new places to discover and more time to appreciate the views. After years of traveling byways throughout Michigan, I was stunned on January 31, 2017, during a meandering back roads drive through Oceana County to discover a barn I had never seen before. My view through snowflakes of this distinctive old barn made it seem to me like I could have been looking at an Andrew Wyeth painting. I had been an Andrew Wyeth fan for years; I think he could not have resisted painting this barn on this winter’s day if he had been there instead of me. The falling snow and blanket of snow on the barn roof and ground added to and emphasized the limited color palette of the scene. I loved the muted color of the grasses sticking out of the snow. I had only to find the best position from which to fit the layers of the scene perfectly together and “paint” the arrangement with light on the sensor of my Nikon D800 digital camera.
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Sweet Summertime
I love seeing the Michigan countryside flowers. Sweet pea along a farm fence line looked as pretty to me as any flower arrangement I can imagine. I am glad that I took a less-traveled road on this July 2017 day while meandering between Whitehall and Hart.
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Breathtaking Moment
Breathtaking Moment
I have never traveled this section of Buchanan Road east of Shelby. The rolling hills and farmlands present many spectacular views but none looks or feels better to me on this August day than this view of cattle grazing in the grass.
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Wednesday December (6076)
Wednesday December (6076)
Wednesday December
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