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365 Week 07 (1116)
365 Week 07 (1116)
365 Week 07
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Kickin
Kickin
Kickin
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Homeward Bound
Homeward Bound
I never tire of watching the carferry Badger sail into Ludington harbor. Of the thousands of times I have seen this grand ship steam into port, this October evening was one of the most spectacular. My wife and I were enjoying dinner at a relative's Crosswinds Estates home, near the harbor mouth, when the Badger and sunset-lit storm clouds approached Ludington simultaneously. Fortunately, I excused myself from the dinner table long enough to shoot as the ship entered the harbor.
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Ludingtons Lady (4963)
Ludingtons Lady (4963)
Ludingtons Lady
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Pure Ludington - Panoramic
Pure Ludington - Panoramic
Pure Ludington - Panoramic
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Strawberry Moon
Strawberry Moon
Strawberry Moon
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Sunset at Ludington Lighthouse (1683)
Sunset at Ludington Lighthouse (1683)
Sunset at Ludington Lighthouse
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Brad Reed\'s Day 10 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 10 of 366
Moon setting over the Ludington North Breakwater Light. Nikon D850. F22 at 13 seconds, ISO 100. 60-600mm lens. On a tripod without a flash. January 10, 2020 at 8:05am.
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Sunset at Stearns Beach on a Thursday Cropped Panoramic (1735)
Sunset at Stearns Beach on a Thursday Cropped Panoramic (1735)
Sunset at Stearns Beach on a Thursday Cropped Panoramic
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Heading Into The Storm - Panoramic
Heading Into The Storm - Panoramic
Nobody is going to believe this is real. I can't believe what I am seeing. The clouds, the rain, the haze, the sun, the big waves, the Badger, and the color! Surreal. These were the thoughts running through my head the evening of August 20, 2009 as I was shooting this photograph during one of our weekday summer workshops. I was just glad our students were there to verify that this dream actually happened.
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Heading Into The Storm
Heading Into The Storm
Nobody is going to believe this is real. I can't believe what I am seeing. The clouds, the rain, the haze, the sun, the big waves, the Badger, and the color! Surreal. These were the thoughts running through my head the evening of August 20, 2009 as I was shooting this photograph during one of our weekday summer workshops. I was just glad our students were there to verify that this dream actually happened.
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Sunset at Stearns Beach on a Thursday (1735)
Sunset at Stearns Beach on a Thursday (1735)
Sunset at Stearns Beach on a Thursday
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Storm Front Over Ludington (9038)
Storm Front Over Ludington (9038)
Storm Front Over Ludington
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Iconic Elegance
Iconic Elegance
During one of our weekday photography workshops, my dad and the rest of our students rushed to the North Breakwater Light in order to photograph the Badger leaving the harbor. I stayed further back and tried to frame the entire ship along with the lighthouse and its reflection in one photograph. It wasn
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Steady As She Goes - Panoramic
Steady As She Goes - Panoramic
Tonight I took our college intern, Brett Whitehead, out on the Ludington North Breakwater so he could shoot video of me as I photographed the SS Badger carferry going by from one of my favorite "hot spots." The fog was an added bonus. D800, F6.3 at 1/640, ISO 3200, 14-24mm lens at 24mm
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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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Brad Reed\'s Day 12 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 12 of 365
Many visitors to Ludington don't realize that the Ludington North Breakwater Light is now about seven degrees crooked due to a recent repair job that did not go as planned. It is a photographer's nightmare, especially with a 600 mm lens. You have to choose which one you want straight, the horizon or the lighthouse. F8.0 at 1/200, ISO 400, 600 mm lens with 1.4 extender at 850 mm
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Badger Light
Badger Light
Badger Light
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Breaking the Waves
Breaking the Waves
Photographing the Badger coming home into Ludington never gets old. I wonder if the passengers' adrenaline rush onboard was as big as mine while making this image off the the Ludington beach?
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Lake Michigan Voyage
Lake Michigan Voyage
Steaming westward toward Wisconsin, the carferry Badger departs Ludington Harbor on one of its daily Lake Michigan crossings. The big ship carries passengers and autos back and forth between Michigan and Wisconsin from spring to fall in almost any kind of weather.
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