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Ludington Lighthouse During Storm (4496)
Ludington Lighthouse During Storm (4496)
Ludington Lighthouse During Storm
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Positive Energy

One of the most spectacular lightning storms I have witnessed in my lifetime showed up on my wife Debbie’s birthday, September 4, 2014. We were guests at my Aunt Carol Garneau’s home on the Lake Michigan shoreline in Ludington Harbor.

While photographing bolt after bolt as cells of the storm rolled past me for more than an hour, this granddaddy of them all exploded over the top of the Ludington lighthouse. I made this 30-second time-exposure image with my 500-millimeter Nikon telephoto lens from an open window of Auntie Carol’s second floor art room. I named it Positive Energy because she was always so positive and lit up the world with her presence.

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Moon Over Ludington
Moon Over Ludington
I love the coldest mornings; they often render Lake Michigan waterfront scenes in incredibly sharp and colorful ways. The setting moon and rising steam made this a picture that warmed my soul. I live for moments like this when my camera takes me where my heart wants to go. I tell my photo students, follow your heart with your camera.
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Breathtaking
Breathtaking
The night took my breath away, not from trying to breathe the below zero air but from viewing the icy splendor before me on Lake Michigan at Ludington.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 24 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 24 of 365 - Panoramic
I love the view of Lake Michigan as you crest the hill leading to the Buttersville Peninsula. Today it is spectacular. As I compose this shot I am reminded of many Coast Guard boat rides on days like this. I can almost hear my former shipmate, Chief Doug Lee, smiling and declaring on the wildest of those rides: "Gotta love it, boys!" F3.2 at 1/200, ISO 100, 300 mm lens at 300 mm
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Ludington North Lighthouse (6020)
Ludington North Lighthouse (6020)
Ludington North Lighthouse
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Todd Reed\'s Day 24 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 24 of 365
I love the view of Lake Michigan as you crest the hill leading to the Buttersville Peninsula. Today it is spectacular. As I compose this shot I am reminded of many Coast Guard boat rides on days like this. I can almost hear my former shipmate, Chief Doug Lee, smiling and declaring on the wildest of those rides: "Gotta love it, boys!" F3.2 at 1/200, ISO 100, 300 mm lens at 300 mm
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A Great Night
A Great Night
A Great Night
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Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed Cropped (5527)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed Cropped (5527)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed Cropped
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Sarah CC (3226)
Sarah CC (3226)
Sarah CC
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Soft Morning Light
Soft Morning Light
As the sun rose in the east this morning, the pink light reflected in the west over Lake Michigan. I used my external flash to add detail to the blowing dune grass in front of me as I made this picture inside the Ludington channel. The soft morning light made for a peaceful start to my day.
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Cruising Lake Michigan
Cruising Lake Michigan
Cruising Lake Michigan
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Eclipse With Ludington Lighthouse Shore Light (6644)
Eclipse With Ludington Lighthouse Shore Light (6644)
Eclipse With Ludington Lighthouse Shore Light
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A Mild Lake Michigan Winter
A Mild Lake Michigan Winter
This winter has been one of the mildest winters on record for West Michigan. Normally on January 31st, the channel in Ludington would be frozen. Unfortunately this winter we have had very little snow or ice. Hopefully Jack Frost will reappear soon.
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Blue Storm Light
Blue Storm Light
A November gale shook my Jeep, as if one of those coin-operated kiddy rides, when I pulled into the Ludington beach. I knew I was looking at a great picture; making it would be the challenge. A bean bag on the roof of my rocking vehicle was out of the question. The 35-millimeter camera and telephoto lens shook like Jell-O on my heavy tripod. Searching for a solution, I spotted a sturdy lifeguard tower. I climbed it, lay on the floor with the camera and lens braced in the top of my soft camera bag, and shot away.
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The Manitou
The Manitou
The ice breaking tugboat Manitou was called into Ludington's port this week to attempt opening a path so other vessels could get back out onto Lake Michigan. I watched this small tug work for over an hour to get about a thousand feet. To my surprise, the mighty little ship made it out to open water.
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Ludington North Pier Light (4052)
Ludington North Pier Light (4052)
Ludington North Pier Light
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Sky Drama
Sky Drama
Sky Drama
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Feeling the Rush
Feeling the Rush
More and more often I find myself lying on my stomach to make my photographs. Getting extremely low to the ground or water gives me a fresh perspective on the world and it ensures that my photographs have immediacy which adds emotional impact and drama to a photograph.
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Ion Blasts Ludington
Ion Blasts Ludington
Ion Blasts Ludington
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