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Brad Reed\'s Day 9 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 9 of 366
Shot at the Greene Farm on Conrad Road. Nikon D850. F22 at 1.6 seconds, ISO 100. 24-70mm lens at 34mm. On a tripod with and external flash set to rear sync. January 9, 2020 at 8:16am.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 14 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 14 of 365
For years, my mom's family has called this the "deer shack." We would use the old wood stove inside the abandoned shack for a venison fry and all my aunts, uncles and cousins would have a hoedown. Unfortunately, time has taken its toll on the old house and the roof has started to cave in. F5.6 at 1/200, ISO 500, 18-50 mm lens at 50 mm
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Fall Leaves on Conrad Road (4438)
Fall Leaves on Conrad Road (4438)
Fall Leaves on Conrad Road
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Sunday Drive - Panoramic
The canopy that these maple trees drape over the roadway is one of the many reasons Conrad Road, between Ludington and Scottville, is one of my favorite stretches to drive. Photo hunting along area rural roads has been a favorite endeavor for decades. I have discovered countless unforgettable scenes and many memorable friendly people in my travels.
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Screaming
Screaming
Many times I passed this old house on the road from Shelby to Silver Lake but one autumn afternoon the setting screamed out at me to stop. Sumac blared out from the yard like a police car's siren. I love road hunting with my camera. I have driven tens of thousands of miles, down highways and byways, looking for new pictures or fresh views of pictures previously taken. Some days I never find a good picture. On other days they just seem to keep appearing. This was one of those days.
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His Light Shining
His Light Shining
As a photojournalist for the Ludington Daily News, I took hundreds of photographs of special events at White Pine Village. The photographs helped tell the story of important historic preservation activities by Mason County Historical Society. One evening, long after my career as a news photographer, I was passing by the closed village. Nature produced a special event, rivaling all factitious events I had enjoyed documenting over the years. It looked as if lightning was striking White Pine Chapel. In reality, reflected sunlight was shining through a break in the clouds. My wife and I were the great illusion's lone spectators.
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Imperial Palace
Imperial Palace
When I pass the long-abandoned farm home on Sugar Grove Road northeast of Scottville, I marvel at seeing the old Chrysler Imperial; it seems to belong in the yard of an abandoned farm home. Both car and brick home look like flamboyant works of art that have seen better days.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 47 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 47 of 365
My stepmom's mother, Marjorie Brye Vyse, attended this old school house in her youth. The school sits vacant today on the corner of Hawley Road and Old US 31. I find it fascinating how Mother Earth is slowly reclaiming this building. F8.0 at 1/200, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 18 mm
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Brad Reed\'s Day 47 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 47 of 365
My stepmom's mother, Marjorie Brye Vyse, attended this old school house in her youth. The school sits vacant today on the corner of Hawley Road and Old US 31. I find it fascinating how Mother Earth is slowly reclaiming this building. F8.0 at 1/200, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 18 mm
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Golden Oldie
Golden Oldie
A fresh coat of snow was just what an old Sanders Meat Packing delivery truck needed to look its best. Long after serving the still thriving Custer business, the pickup stood at Patton's Junkyard as a reminder of the good old days.
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Freshly Painted
Freshly Painted
The morning after the biggest snowfall of the winter, my son Brad and I were out early looking for pictures. The wind usually whisks most of the snow off the trees before 10:00AM. After 20 miles of looking without any satisfying shooting, we found our shot. An abandoned farm home between Custer and Fountain on Custer Road I had photographed in other seasons looked its best painted in snow.
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Aging
Aging
For more than a quarter century, I have watched a once impressive farm north of Custer fading away. The painstakingly trimmed house where a proud family once lived was among the first buildings ravaged by the elements, vandals, and scavengers. The house has collapsed since I recorded this scene. Despite the decay of the old farm, I still find it sadly beautiful and continue to watch and record its slow death.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 56 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 56 of 366
Nikon D850. F8 at 1/400, ISO 100. 14-24mm lens at 14mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 25, 2020 at 10:49am.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 53 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 53 of 365
North Peterson Road in Hamlin Township is lined with beautiful forests and fields. I have always loved this section between Decker and Fisher Roads. A blanket of fresh snow accentuated the repetitive patterns of this photograph. F10.0 at 1/25, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 18 mm
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Rachel\'s Day 75 of 366 - March 15, 2020
Rachel's Day 75 of 366 - March 15, 2020
Nikon D810. F22.0 at 1/8, ISO 100. 14.0mm lens at 14.0mm. March 15, 2020 at 7:16pm.
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WCF by Aunt Marys (6872)
WCF by Aunt Marys (6872)
WCF by Aunt Marys
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Spring Blossoms and Flowers (0149)
Spring Blossoms and Flowers (0149)
Spring Blossoms and Flowers
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Rachel\'s Day 92 of 366 - April 1, 2020
Rachel's Day 92 of 366 - April 1, 2020
Nikon D810. F22.0 at 1/640, ISO 800. 17.0-35.0mm lens at 20.0mm. April 1, 2020 at 4:49pm.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 95 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 95 of 365
Some of my favorite pictures are the ones I did not plan to take. After making some images along with my West Shore Community College students of Roger and Marcia Hansen's beautifully restored barn at Cherry Hill Farm, several of us are drawn to an open-sided pole barn where hay is stored. I like how the bales look like Nabisco Shredded Wheat. F5.0 at 1/40, ISO 100, 12-24 mm lens at 17 mm
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Canopy of Color
Canopy of Color
Canopy of Color
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