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Sunrise Over PM Lake (4403)
Sunrise Over PM Lake (4403)
Sunrise Over PM Lake
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Snow Bows
Snow Bows
Providing a contrasting backdrop for the heavy snowfall are the hulls of the carferries Spartan (foreground) and Arthur Atkinson, and the Spartan's snow-covered anchor chain.
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Carferries in the Fog
Carferries in the Fog
Like ghost ships, the twin carferries Badger and Spartan emerge from the fog while docked in Ludington harbor. For as long as I can remember, I have loved viewing the ships at their docks or underway. Perhaps, the most fascinating aspect is seeing how dramatically changing light and atmosphere can change the view.
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Ice Gold
Ice Gold
The foot of Ferry Street has long been one of my favorite vantage points to look over Ludington harbor. Winter sunrises provide some of the best views. The carferry Badger is at left and the carferry City of Midland (since converted to a barge) at right.
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Frosty Outlook
Frosty Outlook
The coldest, clear mornings are among my favorites for viewing and photographing the Ludington waterfront. I found this frosty scene with carferries as a backdrop early one winter morning along the shore of Pere Marquette Lake in Buttersville.
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Aerial Photos (0677)
Aerial Photos (0677)
Aerial Photos
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Four Carferries
Four Carferries
Four Carferries
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Ice Behemoths
Ice Behemoths
Ice Behemoths
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In Winters Grip
In Winters Grip
The carferry Spartan, at left, and City of Midland battle wind-packed ice 25 feet deep at the entrance to Ludington harbor on Jan. 27, 1977. A blizzard with winds clocked at 55 miles per hour pushed the ice eastward across Lake Michigan, compacting the ice and bringing to a stop first the City of Midland and then the Spartan. Both ships managed to break free later in the day and resume their usual winter sailings.
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In Winters Grip - Panoramic
In Winters Grip - Panoramic
The carferry Spartan, at left, and City of Midland battle wind-packed ice 25 feet deep at the entrance to Ludington harbor on Jan. 27, 1977. A blizzard with winds clocked at 55 miles per hour pushed the ice eastward across Lake Michigan, compacting the ice and bringing to a stop first the City of Midland and then the Spartan. Both ships managed to break free later in the day and resume their usual winter sailings.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 96 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 96 of 365
While sitting in my truck in the rain, I envisioned this photograph. I quickly drove a few miles to the parking lot next to the carferry Spartan and drove back and forth with my head out my truck window looking at the puddles. I was certain if I found the correct spot, I could get both the Spartan and its reflection in the same photograph. F16.0 at 1/5, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 18 mm
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Harbor Dawn
Harbor Dawn
Less than five minutes after photographing the moon setting in the western sky, I turn my attention to the eastern sky to watch the sunrise paint the clouds with light and color over the carferries SS Badger, at left, and SS Spartan. I am blessed to live within 500 yards of where my tripod is standing. Life is good on the Buttersville peninsula with Lake Michigan to the west and Ludington harbor to the east. F16 at 1/5, ISO 100, 14-24mm lens at 21mm
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