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Aurora at Point Betsie
Aurora at Point Betsie
After getting several notices on our phones the last few days that the Northern Lights might be out on Sunday night and early Monday morning, my dad picked me up from my new house in Ludington around 9pm. We drove to Point Betsie Lighthouse just north of Frankfort, Michigan. Shortly after getting on location and figuring out where we wanted to shoot, my dad and I noticed a large white pillar of light appearing to the left of the lighthouse. A few moments later, the colors of the Northern Lights appeared. Luckily, my camera was taking an almost three-minute exposure during this time. By the end of the long exposure, the pillars were gone and the colors faded quickly. My dad and I stayed until 2am hoping they would come back. Once the clouds rolled in, we headed home with giant smiles on our faces because we were pretty sure we each got at least one nice photograph!
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Northern Lights Over Epworth
Northern Lights Over Epworth
Northern Lights Over Epworth
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Solar Wind
Solar Wind
Solar Wind
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Northern Lights At Big Sable Point
Northern Lights At Big Sable by Brad Reed Photographing the Northern Lights at Big Sable Point Lighthouse has been towards the top of my bucket list for several years. After the light show on October 24, 2011, I can now cross that off my bucket list. The light show I experienced at 10:03 PM was mostly green and blue colors. Little did I know that 7 minutes later, my dad would see a very different light show in the Ludington harbor.
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Aurora Borealis
Aurora Borealis
Often times while I am photographing an extraordinary light show, I ponder what our human ancestors must have felt when they witnessed similar sights thousands of years ago. On December 14, 2006, as I stood on a dune inside the Ludington State Park and photographed the Aurora Borealis and an incredible meteor shower, I was overcome by a rush of emotions. The light show was so intense that it evoked a sense of fear in me. I knew nothing horrible was actually happening, but the sky was so turbulent that it still made me feel a bit uneasy. I imagine that our ancestors might have felt true fear because they didn't have the knowledge of modern science to explain what they were seeing.
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Sauble River Lights
As I could see the northern lights with my naked eyes dancing in the background, I knew they would be reflected in the strangely calm Sauble River near the outlet into Lake Michigan. The three minute exposure captured the beauty I was experiencing. Nikon D850. F2.8 at 188 seconds, ISO 400. 14-24mm lens at 24mm. On a tripod without a flash. March 20, 2021.
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Northern Lights at First Curve (2723)
Northern Lights at First Curve (2723)
Northern Lights at First Curve
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Dancing Lights
This is my third photo from early Saturday morning of the northern lights and the Milky Way from the Ludington State Park. Big Sable Point Lighthouse is in the distance and the Lake Michigan shoreline is reflecting the lights. D850. F2.8 at 97 seconds, ISO 800. 14-24mm lens at 24mm. On a tripod without a flash. March 20, 2021 at 6:23am.
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Legends Ranch (3025)
Legends Ranch (3025)
Legends Ranch
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Great Family Moment
Northern Lights
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Northern Lights (6593)
Northern Lights (6593)
Northern Lights
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Mystic Phenomenon - Vertical
Mystic Phenomenon - Vertical
Mystic Phenomenon - Vertical
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Mystic Phenomenon
Mystic Phenomenon
Mystic Phenomenon
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Epworth Lights
Epworth Lights
Epworth Lights
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Northern Reflections
Northern Reflections
Northern Reflections
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Northern Reflections - Panoramic
Northern Reflections - Panoramic
Northern Reflections - Panoramic
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Hamlin Lake Workshop and Northern Lights (7510)
Hamlin Lake Workshop and Northern Lights (7510)
Hamlin Lake Workshop and Northern Lights
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Hamlin Lake Workshop and Northern Lights Panoramic (7510)
Hamlin Lake Workshop and Northern Lights Panoramic (7510)
Hamlin Lake Workshop and Northern Lights Panoramic
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Heaven On Lincoln
"Heaven On Lincoln” by Todd Reed When the aurora borealis first appeared in the Ludington area Monday night, I quickly decided to make my first stop Lincoln Lake. I am so happy I did. The Northern lights were already visible when I arrived at Cartier Park. Shortly after I got my camera and tripod set up, the lights became more colorful. I made a quick test shot to see if my exposure was on target. It was. By then the colorful lights were dancing and reflecting on the water. I was in Lincoln Lake heaven! Nikon D850. F5.6 at 152 seconds, 800 ISO. 24-70mm lens at 24mm. On a tripod without a flash. 11:36pm on September 18, 2023.
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