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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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Rachel\'s Day 18 of 366 - January 18, 2020
Rachel's Day 18 of 366 - January 18, 2020
A frozen stump frames Point Betsie Lighthouse on a frigid morning along the Lake Michigan shoreline. Nikon D810. F 22 at _, ISO 100. 17-35mm lens at 17mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 18, 2020 at 10:04am.
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Winter Workshop (6507)
Winter Workshop (6507)
Winter Workshop
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Foggy Day at Point Betsie
Foggy Day at Point Betsie
Foggy Day at Point Betsie
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Frozen Aquarium
Frozen Aquarium
Frozen Aquarium
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Lilacs at Point Betsie
Lilacs at Point Betsie
Lilacs at Point Betsie
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Lunar Landscape
Lunar Landscape
If you like to photograph ice, and also lighthouses, drive a few miles north of Frankfort, Michigan to Point Betsie Light Station in January or February. The combination of various ice sculptures, sand, wind, and clouds made this cold January morning a fantastic time to be shooting the Lake Michigan shoreline.
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Under Water at Point Betsie
Under Water at Point Betsie
I was horribly disappointed today when my dad and I made it to the shoreline at Point Betsie Lighthouse just north of Frankfort, Michigan and found Lake Michigan flat as could be. It was beautiful, but I needed some rolling waves in order to make the image I had created in my head a few days earlier. As I was preparing to shoot Plan B, my dad pointed out that a large sportfishing boat was screaming by just offshore and was creating a large wake. I rushed to get into position and set my underwater camera to the correct settings; then it was just a matter of timing.
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Michigan Tropics
Michigan Tropics
Who knew that Lake Michigan and Point Betsie Lighthouse could look like a tropical island in the Caribbean? With my cold water survival suit on and almost 300 feet of safety line tying me to the steel jetties in front of the lighthouse, I floated into water that was about 20 feet deep to make this image.
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Point Betsie Rush
Point Betsie Rush
Waves rush ashore at Point Betsie Light Station on a late winter afternoon. Point Betsie is one of Michigan's most distinctive and beautiful lighthouses.
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Point Betsie Light Station
Point Betsie Light Station
Point Betsie Light Station looks brand new following an exterior restoration project. The interior of the lighthouse is also being restored but on this bright winter afternoon I am delighted to see the outside looking so good.
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Point Besie Splash
Point Betsie Splash
My photographer son Brad and I study light as intensely as some people study engineering. We cannot build strong photographs without excellent light quality. Today, May 7, my birthday treat is amazing light and amazing color along the Lake Michigan shoreline at Point Betsie. What a gift Mother Nature has presented!
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Point Betsie Blues
Point Betsie Blues
I feel like I am in a sculpted ice tunnel as I make this January image of Point Betsie Lighthouse. I am never disappointed visiting Point Betsie and this morning I am far too exhilarated by this frozen view to think about being cold.
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Michigan Gator
Michigan Gator
It looks to me like a Michigan gator is about to chomp Lake Michigan this morning at Point Betsie north of Frankfort. You never know what you are going to find on a Great Lakes shoreline. Sometimes I get way too serious and intense about photography. This discovery is definitely brightening and lightening my photo day.
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The Never Ending Story
The Never Ending Story
The Never Ending Story
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Summer at Point Betsie
Summer at Point Betsie
Lake Michigan at Point Betsie Lighthouse is so crystal clear on this hot summer day that I want to reach down and take a drink. I concentrate instead on trying to make an image of the lighthouse that emphasizes the clarity of the water and beauty of the rocky shore. F20 at 1/250, ISO 400, 14-24mm lens at 21mm
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Brad’s Day 239 of 366 - August 26, 2020
Nikon D850. F8.0 at 1/6400, ISO 1600. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. August 26, 2020 at 5:50pm.
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