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Straits Creations
Straits Creations
Straits Creations
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Mackinac Island (7071)
Mackinac Island (7071)
Mackinac Island
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Cool Sunrise
Cool Sunrise
Cool Sunrise
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Michigan\'s Pride
Michigan's Pride
Michigan's Pride
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Mackinac Island Mackinac Bridge (4718)
Mackinac Island Mackinac Bridge (4718)
Mackinac Island Mackinac Bridge
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Mackinac Bridge Rainbow (8597)
Mackinac Bridge Rainbow (8597)
Mackinac Bridge Rainbow
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Pileup at the Bridge
Pileup at the Bridge
It looks like the world's largest bulldozer has been at work in the Straits of Mackinac, pushing thousands of tons of ice into mountainous piles near Mackinac Bridge. Actually, forces of nature
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Through the Straits
Through the Straits
I had seen extremely blue ice on television and in other people's photographs, but I had never witnessed it myself. For Week 8 of "Tuesdays with Todd and Brad Reed," my dad and I drove four hours north to photograph the Mackinac Straits area. As we drove down a steep hill and got our first look at the straits, we knew we had hit the jackpot. In front of us were miles and miles of massive piles of neon blue ice.
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Blue Straits
Blue Straits
It took me over an hour of walking, crawling, praying, and sweating to make my way out on these jagged, slippery ice mounds in the Straits of Mackinac. I had seen the large chunk of ice that is on the left side of this composition from shore and I was determined to make it out to that point in order to line it up with the Mackinac Bridge in the background. It was totally worth the effort and I would do it again in a heartbeat.
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Connection
Connection
The Mackinac Bridge, which connects the Upper and Lower Peninsulas of Michigan, is five miles long. I have photographed it many times, but had never gotten a nighttime shot I liked. When we first started shooting photographs for the Wednesdays book, I had a "must shoot" list in my head and making an image like this was near the top.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 60 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 60 of 366
Nikon D850. F22 at 0.4 sec, ISO 100. 24-70mm lens at 38mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 29, 2020 at 6:15pm.
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Rachel\'s Day 60 of 366 - February 29, 2020
Rachel's Day 60 of 366 - February 29, 2020
Nikon D810. F22 at 1/10, ISO 100. 17-35mm lens at 19mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 29, 2020 at 5:45pm.
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Morning Glow
Morning Glow
In the Fall of 2011, I stood in the water in this same spot and photographed a double rainbow over the Mackinac Bridge during a rainstorm. This morning is a very different type of atmosphere. The foggy, still morning and muted pink and blue colors are picture perfect. F22 at 3 seconds, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 34mm
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Mystic Mackinac
Mystic Mackinac
As the fog begins to lift over the Mackinac Bridge, a cloud that looks to me like a bear appears to be sitting atop the center span of the bridge. I am amused by the "bear" and delighted by the atmosphere the fog gives to the scene. F22 at 3 seconds, ISO 100, 80-200mm lens at 120mm
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Mystic Mackinac - Panoramic
Mystic Mackinac - Panoramic
As the fog begins to lift over the Mackinac Bridge, a cloud that looks to me like a bear appears to be sitting atop the center span of the bridge. I am amused by the "bear" and delighted by the atmosphere the fog gives to the scene. F22 at 3 seconds, ISO 100, 80-200mm lens at 120mm
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Mackinac Sculptures
Mackinac Sculptures
Like sculptures, the twin spires of the Mackinac Bridge rise above the fog in the Straits of Mackinac. While built mainly for function to support one of the world's longest suspension bridges, the spires were designed with an artist's eye as well. F22 at 1.6 seconds, ISO 100, 80-200mm lens at 200mm
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Spanning the Straits
Spanning the Straits
This photograph shows the only magic light that we spotted the entire day in the Mackinac area. A world-class shelf cloud had just passed over the bridge which was casting dark shadows and adding contrast to the scene in front of us, and the sun was still shining bright above our heads. The combination of the bright and dark made the stones and waves glow and turned the water a tropical blue-green color. The Mackinac Bridge looks even more majestic than usual while bathed in magic light. F14 at 1/60, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 24mm
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