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Ball drop in Ludington
Ludington New Years Eve Ball Drop
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Working Together
A magic moment during a photography workshop at Ludington State Park
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Framing Fall
What a majestic fall day! The fall looked stunning, framed in nature's glory. It doesn't get any more Pure Michigan than this!
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A Red door Christmas
The Red Door is a little Shop in our little town on James street
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All is Calm
12-24-22 All Is Calm
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Porch Sitting
I have witnessed many a storm while living in Michigan for more than 70 years. I watched from my porch overlooking Ludington harbor as this front swept ashore on August 2, 2015, bringing with it the most spectacular mammatus clouds I had ever seen.
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Double Your Luck-Panoramic
Double Your Luck
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Mild Winter
Mild Winter
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Storm Warrior
The Great Lakes freighter Algorail appeared about to strike the Ludington North Breakwall during an autumn Northwester, but its veteran captain used the powerful north wind and waves on her stern to his advantage. Moments after I recorded this scene, the ship’s bow reached the pierheads, the wheelsman wheeled the ship hard to port, and she advanced ahead while her stern transferred swiftly to the south. The big ship was guided into the harbor as though she were on a curved roller coaster track. It was a masterful piece of sailing.
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Aurora Moon
“Aurora Moon” by Brad Reed Last night at the Ludington State Park, along the shores of Lake Michigan, my daughter Julia and I stood in wonder while watching the Northern Lights dance in the distance. The moon and Venus were perfectly reflected in Lake Michigan as well. You could clearly see the lights with the naked eye, but of course, the camera could capture them much better. Nikon D850. F4, 32 seconds, ISO 800. 14-24mm lens at 24mm. On a tripod at 10:03pm on March 23, 2023.
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Moon Walker
Moon Walker
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Rachel Gaudette's Day 141 of 366 - May 20, 2020
As I often am, I was in the water during this sunset at Stearns Beach. I had my camera as low as I could without it being covered in water. I adjusted my shutter speed to allow for a capture of a crashing wave just ahead of my lens. This is one of my favorite images I have made so far during our 366 Project.
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Brad’s Day 241 of 366 - August 28, 2020
A shelf cloud was forming off Stearns Beach in downtown Ludington today. It was interesting watching the different weather systems collide and then come on shore. The water in this photograph was super calm. Within fifteen minutes, I was watching small white caps
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Brad’s Day 272 of 366 - September 28, 2020
We had a dramatic sunset tonight in Ludington. I knew I might get drenched making this image at the end of the North Inner Pier by the green light, but it was worth the risk. Luckily, the storm light appeared and the rain was only a light sprinkle.
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