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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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Enchanting Forest
Enchanting Forest
Dwarfed by the forest, a cross-country skier glides silently along the Logging Trail on one of those winter days that winter lovers live for. I have skied the Logging Trail so many times I have memorized the views that will greet me over the next hill or around the next curve. Yet I never tire of my Logging Trail journeys. There is something comforting about knowing a place. It is a feeling like home.
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Hidden in Plain Sight
Hidden in Plain Sight
A diseased tree had split in half about four feet up from the ground and a bird made a beautiful little nest in the remaining top of the stump. I put my 14mm wide-angle lens extremely close to the nest. This photograph was taken close up yet does not look like a typical close-up. With a wide-angle lens, if you do not get very close to the subject, the subject will look tiny and the photograph will often lack emotional impact.
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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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Buckley Rollway (1145)
Buckley Rollway (1145)
Buckley Rollway
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Buckley Rollway (1153)
Buckley Rollway (1153)
Buckley Rollway
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Buckley Rollway (1157)
Buckley Rollway (1157)
Buckley Rollway
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Buckley Rollway (1158)
Buckley Rollway (1158)
Buckley Rollway
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Buckley Rollway (1159)
Buckley Rollway (1159)
Buckley Rollway
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Buckley Rollway (1171)
Buckley Rollway (1171)
Buckley Rollway
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Wingelton Wonderland
Wingelton Wonderland
My favorite part of this photo is the tiny bit of green in the bottom of the composition. The snow was so thick and sticky that in less than two hours it completely transformed a dark, dreary forest and creek into a winter paradise.
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Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (7999)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (7999)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed
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Anderson Road Fall Color
Anderson Road Fall Color
My uncle, Rod Marble, has owned a beautiful log cabin on the Lincoln River at the end of Anderson Road in Mason County for over 25 years. All year I look forward to driving down his road in the fall. Today was particularly picturesque.
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Snow Covered Bliss
Snow Covered Bliss
Triangles and s-curves make for strong compositions in art and this photograph has both. Because of those elements, this photograph looks much more three dimensional than a lot of my other photographs. I also like how the reddish-brown oak leaves show up despite the sticky snow.
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Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (8000)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (8000)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed
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River Dance
River Dance
High above the Pere Marquette River at the Rainbow Rapids picnic area, the heavy wet snow contrasts beautifully with the dark blue-black water to create a very painterly scene. I love the lines and forms that make up this delicate, yet powerful scene.
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Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (8009)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (8009)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed
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Taken at Gerlach Workshop in Munising (3733)
Taken at Gerlach Workshop in Munising (3733)
Taken at Gerlach Workshop in Munising
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A Forest Painting
A Forest Painting
A Forest Painting
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