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Lighthouse and Badger (4687)
Lighthouse and Badger (4687)
Lighthouse and Badger
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Amidst the Fury
Amidst the Fury
Amidst the Fury
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Rock and Roll
Rock and Roll
By using the full manual exposure mode on my camera, I set my shutter speed to a half second so that the motion of the rolling waves would show up in my photograph. With the camera on a sturdy tripod, the rocks and snow in the foreground are both razor sharp because they never moved, but the rolling ice in the channel showed motion.
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Turbulence in Paradise
Turbulence in Paradise
Turbulence in Paradise
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Badger Mirage
Badger Mirage
Badger Mirage
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Heavenly Light
Heavenly Light
Shining brighter than a spotlight at a rock concert, beams of light I like to call "God beams" spotlight the Ludington lighthouse. I prefer nature's light shows to any manmade ones.
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Carferry in Fog (6132)
Carferry in Fog (6132)
Carferry in Fog
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Ludington fireworks
Ludington fireworks
Ludington fireworks
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Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Mirror Mirror on the Wall
Wearing my life jacket and ice grippers on my boots this morning, I slowly walked and crawled my way out to the Ludington North Breakwater Light to photograph. My local knowledge and experience had taught me that if I got close enough to the lighthouse, I would probably see a reflection of it on the ice. As expected, the reflection was there. Now all I had to do was wait for the big splash. As you can imagine, I got very wet and cold.
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Underwater Ludington Channel Cropped Pano (8854)
Underwater Ludington Channel Cropped Pano (8854)
Underwater Ludington Channel Cropped Pano
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Eminence Front
Eminence Front
Color emanates from the sky on the Ludington waterfront on a January evening. It is 15 minutes after sunset and the color is much more saturated than at sunset.
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Badger In The Mist
Badger In The Mist
Badger In The Mist
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Gale Force - Panoramic
Wind contorts my face, waves roar and crash just short of the feet of my tripod, sun gleams and dances across the water, clouds paint the sky. I am in my glory. This is as good as it gets for a Lake Michigan photographer. These are the days I dream about and rarely experience. This mid-September day of 2001 on the Ludington waterfront was one of the best moments of my life. My camera recorded it so I and others can experience it again and again.
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Breathtaking - Panoramic
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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Reflections of Summer - Panoramic
My dad has taught me how to use my camera to convey different emotions within the same scene. To portray a peaceful summer evening mood, I stood in the puddle and positioned my camera and tripod inches above the water’s surface. The angle resulted in a mirror-like reflection of the sky and clouds. I also set my shutter speed to 15 seconds to make the water appear more like a painter's palette of colors than a cloudy storm pool.
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First Sail - Panoramic
Dream Voyage - Panoramic
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Homeward Bound - Panoramic
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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First Curve View of Badger - Panoramic
The First Curve at the Ludington State Park is one of the most popular places in Ludington to watch the S.S. Badger carferry steam in and out of port. I used a 400-millimeter telephoto lens and a tripod to make this photograph from the water’s edge at the First Curve on an October evening in 2007.
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Skyline View of Badger - Panoramic
Those who climb their way to the top of the Skyline Trail are rewarded with a birds-eye view of the southern portion of the park. If they time their hike to the schedule of the carferry S.S. Badger, and look through a good pair of binoculars or a large telephoto camera lens, they might also enjoy one of the best views they have ever seen of the big ship heading out of Ludington harbor.
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Dreamy Light
Dreamy Light
I never tire of photographing the Ludington lighthouse, especially when it looks as magical as on this frigid January morning. I have gotten in place before sunrise, anticipating sun and steam as soon as the sun can hit the lighthouse and Lake Michigan waters around it.
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