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Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (8133)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (8133)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed
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Legends Ranch September 24 2015 Black and White (8215)
Legends Ranch September 24 2015 Black and White (8215)
Legends Ranch September 24 2015 Black and White
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Todd Reed\'s Day 42 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 42 of 365
Some trees have personality. I love movies like Lord of the Rings where trees come alive and walk. This tree appears to be striding through the dunes at Ludington State Park. I like its posture. F8.0 at 1/10, ISO 100, 80-200 mm lens at 92 mm
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Hunter Orange
Hunter Orange
I was deer hunting near the Pere Marquette River in Amber Township with my camera, waiting for Whitetails to appear in front of me and fall color behind. The deer never appeared where I needed them to, so I decided to switch gears and frame some of the color I had been looking at for several hours.
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Indian Hill Road
Indian Hill Road
My dad and I drive four-wheel-drive pick up trucks for several reasons. We often end up on dirt roads, in deep mud, snow, or sand. We also have an unbelievable amount of photography gear, clothing, rope, and other adventure items with us at all times. My truck was pushed to the limits a few hundred yards past where I made this image today. I am glad my truck has skid plates on the bottom because I went over some pretty impressive boulders to get down Indian Hill Road between Honor and Empire.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 43 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 43 of 365
I had already made a picture I liked of the Centenary United Methodist Church steeple in Pentwater before finding this shadowy view of a massive tree at Snug Harbor Marina on Pentwater Lake. Both images featured sunshine, shadows and clouds. Brad thought both images had a spiritual quality; I agreed. F8.0 at 1/640, ISO 100, 12-24 mm lens at 12 mm
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McCormick-Deering
McCormick-Deering
Since August 2012, when I photographed this old McCormick-Deering tractor on Indian Hill Road for the Tuesdays project, I have been eager to come back and photograph it in the fall. Today the scene is even better than I could ever have imagined. My favorite part of this image is all the leaves stuck in the grass surrounding the tractor.
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Pokey-Pine
Pokey-Pine
At one summer art fair when I was a young boy, I remember hearing a gentleman say to my dad, "That isn't art, it's just a photograph!" Well, everyone is entitled to his or her opinion, and I enjoy the fact that art is subjective. I enjoy making images like this one, where an object that might go unnoticed takes on a new appearance.
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A Million Dollar View
A Million Dollar View
If I had a million dollars, I would buy the three-foot-square piece of land my tripod is sitting on along M-22. I would leave the tripod there for countless others to physically stand in this spot and take in the awe-inspiring view I am enjoying of the Arcadia Lutheran church immersed in a sea of fall color.
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Lake McDonald (6003)
Lake McDonald (6003)
Lake McDonald
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Soft Focus
Soft Focus
Trying to show the softness of these white pine needles, I decided to zoom my telephoto lens during a long exposure. I made several shots at different shutter speeds and varied the speed of zooming. This shot captured the essence of what I felt.
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Perfect Imperfections
Perfect Imperfections
A few minutes before making this image, my dad and I were forced back into the truck by pouring rain while photographing the Croton Dam. We decided to head toward Grand Rapids, but out of nowhere, the rain changed to a slight drizzle and the sun started shining. The earth around us lit up with electric light. We quickly spotted this tree and pulled off the road to make this image. Many of the leaves had large dark spots on them, but they still looked perfect to me.
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Autumn at Portage Lake
Autumn at Portage Lake
It is a glorious morning and I am blessed to be traveling M22 today looking for fall color pictures and anything else that catches my photographic eye. Just north of Onekama I turn off the highway and find myself with a spectacular birds eye view of beautiful Portage Lake.
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Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (9228)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed (9228)
Tuesdays With Todd and Brad Reed
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Into the Forest
Into the Forest
With thousands of travelers a year on the trails at the Ludington State Park, it is easy to find your way through the woods and deep into the forest.
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365 Week (9399)
365 Week (9399)
365 Week
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Rachel\'s Day 48 of 366 - February 17, 2020
Rachel's Day 48 of 366 - February 17, 2020
Nikon D810. F11 at 84 seconds, ISO 100. 14mm lens at 14mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 17, 2020 at 6:51pm.
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Dying Art
Dying Art
At first glance, a dead tree is not a pleasant sight, certainly not a beautiful one. But when a person spends enough time in the forest and comes to appreciate the natural evolution of life and death, one can actually look for and see the beauty in natural things that have died. I felt that way as soon as I saw this scene. Flooding years earlier in this dune valley swale had killed this tree and many others nearby. New life was all around.
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Dead Still
Dead Still
Something about this dead tree attracted me to it when I spotted this snow-covered bog along US131 north of Manton, Michigan, and decided it would be a good place to make some early morning images.
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Tad\'s Tree
Tad's Tree
For many of the months my dad and I were shooting at Ludington State Park for this book, my older brother Tad was busy fighting the war in Iraq. The park became a safe haven for my dad and me, a place to clear our heads and our hearts. The park allowed us to somehow feel closer to Tad. This tree on the north edge of the Ridge Trail became a special place for me and I named the spot "Tad's Tree."
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