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Brad Reed\'s Day 58 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 58 of 366
Nikon D850. F14 at 1/250, ISO 3200. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 27, 2020 at 5:39pm.
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Aerial Photos (5475)
Aerial Photos (5475)
Aerial Photos
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Ludington North Pier Light (6133)
Ludington North Pier Light (6133)
Ludington North Pier Light
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Ludington North Pier (5608)
Ludington North Pier (5608)
Ludington North Pier
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Bringing Me Home
Bringing Me Home
I walked out the Ludington North Breakwater to photograph the northern lights in the middle of the night. The lights we barely visible, but the Milky Way was incredible. You could also see the lights of Wisconsin. It was a beautifully calm night on Lake Michigan.
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Ludington North Pier Summer 2008 (5248)
Ludington North Pier Summer 2008 (5248)
Ludington North Pier Summer 2008
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Brad Reed\'s Day 58 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 58 of 365
This is the first photograph I've taken from the inner pier walkway under construction at the Loomis Street Boat Ramp in Ludington harbor. The new walkway will allow local residents, tourists and photographers a closer view of both Ludington outer pier heads all year long. F22.0 at 4.0, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 50 mm
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Ludington Shining Bright
Ludington Shining Bright
Ludington Shining Bright
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My Home Town
My Home Town
My Home Town
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Michigan Lightning
Michigan Lightning
Michigan Lightning
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Part of Me
Part of Me
Part of Me
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Ludington from Above
Ludington from Above
With the snow, ice, sunshine, and haze, this aerial photograph of Ludington looks like the old painting of the Ludington harbor that has hung in the local restaurant, The Grand, on Rath Avenue for decades. I have always loved that painting and now I have created my own modern version with a camera.
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Sea-Rays
Sea-Rays
Sea-Rays
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Intergalactic
Intergalactic
For a few short, but very intense minutes, the light show tonight down at the end of Ludington Avenue as incredible. With the first snow of the year today, and high winds, I had been keeping an eye on the weather all day long. Five minutes before sunset, the sun dropped below the thick storm clouds and the colors were amazingly vibrant and beautiful. I love Ludington and I am glad I get to raise my kids in such a wonderful community! Nikon D810. F2.8 at 1/500, ISO 400. 70-200mm lens at 200mm. On a tripod without a flash. November 9, 2017 at 5:25pm.
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Intergalactic - Panoramic
Intergalactic - Panoramic
For a few short, but very intense minutes, the light show tonight down at the end of Ludington Avenue as incredible. With the first snow of the year today, and high winds, I had been keeping an eye on the weather all day long. Five minutes before sunset, the sun dropped below the thick storm clouds and the colors were amazingly vibrant and beautiful. I love Ludington and I am glad I get to raise my kids in such a wonderful community!
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Slowing Down
Slowing Down
Slowing Down
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Summer Bliss
Summer Bliss
Summer Bliss
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Take Me Away
Take Me Away
Take Me Away
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A Tuesday Special
A Tuesday Special
This is the first good sunset on a Tuesday that I have gotten to witness since the start of "Tuesdays with Todd and Brad Reed." My dad captured two decent sunsets earlier this year, but for the most part the Tuesday sunsets of 2012 have been pretty disappointing. That made me appreciate this sunset even more. I look forward to many more stunning sunsets along Lake Michigan on Tuesdays this year.
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Tall Ship and Ludington Light Vertical (0030)
Tall Ship and Ludington Light Vertical (0030)
Tall Ship and Ludington Light Vertical
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