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Wet Rocks
Wet Rocks
Wet Rocks
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Power and Light
Power and Light
On this stormy October night, the rushing waters of Lake Michigan, a large piece of limestone rock, and God's magic light created a powerful spectacle along the South breakwall in Ludington. I got a little wet taking this photograph, but the reward was well worth it.
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Hot Rocks
Hot Rocks
 
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Pentwater on the Rocks
Pentwater on the Rocks
A breaking wave splashes onto the rocks protecting the Pentwater South Pier. I am one of only a few visitors to the Pentwater waterfront this evening. I savor the sunset in solitude.
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Lake Superior Rocks
Lake Superior Rocks
Distortion is not a bad thing in photography; you just need to be aware it is happening and compose strong images working with the distortion. My underwater camera housing is set up to use my old Nikon D7000 camera body along with a fisheye 10-17mm lens. I made this image at 11mm knowing it would be greatly distorted, but I really liked the end result.
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Lake Superior Rocks - Panoramic
Lake Superior Rocks - Panoramic
Distortion is not a bad thing in photography; you just need to be aware it is happening and compose strong images working with the distortion. My underwater camera housing is set up to use my old Nikon D7000 camera body along with a fisheye 10-17mm lens. I made this image at 11mm knowing it would be greatly distorted, but I really liked the end result. D7000, F8 at 1/1000, ISO 800, 10-17mm lens at 11mm
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Rocks at Whitefish Point
Rocks at Whitefish Point
Rocks at Whitefish Point
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Saugatuck Rocks
Saugatuck Rocks
As is taking place in dozens of other small Michigan tourist towns and villages this August evening, an outdoor band concert is being held in Saugatuck. As the band plays and people gathered on the village green listen, the historic Saugatuck Chain Ferry crosses the Kalamazoo River. The chain ferry began operating in 1838 and is believed to be the last hand-cranked chain ferry in service in the United States.
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Michigan Rocks
Michigan Rocks
A world of natural wonders awaits those who walk a Great Lakes shoreline. Looking down, as my Grandmother Benson taught me, I see thousands of fascinating rocks as I hike at 12-Mile Beach on Lake Superior. But this sight at the water's edge stops me in my tracks. I want to take this view home with me as a reminder of the beauty of autumn at the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
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Grand Traverse Rocks
Grand Traverse Rocks
My dad and I are always looking for repetitive patterns. This morning on Grand Traverse Bay, the clouds, shoreline rocks, and the calm water combined into a gorgeous arrangement of blue, black, and white patterns that had me grinning from ear to ear. F13 at 1/125, ISO100, 14mm lens at 14mm
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Brad Reed\'s Day 191 of 366 - July 9, 2020
Brad Reed's Day 191 of 366 - July 9, 2020
Nikon D850. F4.5 at 1/500, ISO 400. 85.0mm lens at 85.0mm. July 9, 2020 at 4:10pm.
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The Rocks of Sleeping Bear
The Rocks of Sleeping Bear
Much of the shoreline up by the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is covered with smooth, colorful rocks. I enjoy watching the crystal clear fresh water of Lake Michigan dance over the array of colors and shapes created by the rocks below the surface. F9 at 1/320, ISO 800, 70-200mm lens at 170mm
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Ludington Rocks
Ludington Rocks
These rocks on the Ludington waterfront look hand-painted with snow today. Sometimes the snowfalls at the beginning of wintertime create crisp, interesting patterns. Soon these rocks will be covered with ice and will be picturesque in a more severe way. F13 at 1/125, ISO 100, 80-200mm lens at 200mm
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