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Big Point Sable
Big Point Sable
The sand dunes at Big Point Sable were formed several thousand years ago. Wind and water have been changing them ever since. I took this aerial photograph more than 20 years ago, when rising Lake Michigan water levels were threatening to wash Big Point Sable Lighthouse away. Most of the ponds visible between dunes in this scene were dry when I last explored this region.
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Michigan Apples
Michigan Apples
It is a dark, rainy September day but I keep reminding myself we are always preaching to our photography workshop students that bad weather is good weather for photographers. I just have to find the good. From my truck, the apples trees in a Mason County orchard do not look attractive. But when I move 20 times closer and throw in a little light from my truck headlights, these apples look better than candy apples at a country fair.
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Hammer Down
Hammer Down
Hammer Down
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Sparkling
Nikon D850. F8 at 1/6400. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. June 7, 2020 at 5:28pm.
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Sea Horse
Sea Horse
Water and foam swirl together on the Sable River to form a beautiful sea horse.
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Big Sable at Night
Big Sable at Night
Like a picture out of its past, Big Point Sable Lighthouse keepers' quarters glow with lights, as they did when operated by the Coast Guard until the 1970s. Volunteers now occupy the dwelling, conducting tours and working on maintenance and restoration. Another time exposure of Big Sable Light at night was part of the first photo story I ever shot, for a photography class in college in 1969.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 1 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 1 of 365
Like the thousands of other people packing downtown Ludington on New Year's Eve, I am overwhelmed with excitement and a sense of community spirit as the giant ball touches down to mark the start of 2010. The ball drop is one of the coolest events in the history of Ludington, both literally and figuratively speaking. F4.0 at 1/10, ISO 1600, 12-24 mm lens at 12 mm
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Protecting Michigan
Protecting Michigan
In order to help protect this beautiful piebald deer, my dad and I have sworn not to tell people where we found it. We had received a tip from a family friend, and after almost two hours of searching for this elusive animal, we were getting ready to give up. Suddenly, I spotted it about 75 yards away in the woods. It wasn't until I downloaded this image and saw it on my 30-inch monitor that I noticed the other two deer in the scene. Our perseverance and teamwork paid off.
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Summer Pastels
Summer Pastels
I tend to prefer sharp light and haze-free skies at sunset. But I have learned that the softness and toned-down colors of a hazy sky sunset sometimes look and feel better.
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Wintery Watershed
Wintery Watershed
The Duck Lake Watershed along US31 near Interlochen has long been in my mental diary of views that could make a good picture on the right day. Today, with a fresh blanket of snow and light snow falling, it finally looks picture perfect.
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (0060)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (0060)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Point Aux Barques Guardian (0111)
Point Aux Barques Guardian (0111)
Point Aux Barques Guardian
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Epworth Evening
Epworth Evening
Epworth Evening
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PM 41 Barge (0255)
PM 41 Barge (0255)
PM 41 Barge
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Straits Creations
Straits Creations
Straits Creations
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Timeless Beauties
Timeless Beauties
While taking back roads up to the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore tonight, we drove by this old McCormick-Deering tractor. I had my dad turn the Suburban around so I could hop out and make this photograph. Both the tractor and the massive old maple tree are timeless beauties. I wonder which one is older? F10 at 1/125, ISO 400, 18-50mm lens at 18mm
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Brad Reed\'s Day 1 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 1 of 366
New Year's ball drop in Ludington, MI. Nikon D850. F2.8 at 0.4 seconds, ISO 100. 14-23mm lens at 16mm. January 1, 2020 at 12:04am.
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Burst of Life
Burst of Life
Small items in nature can have a large impact on the surrounding area, both physically and visually. These leaves were the only spot of color on a vast dune at the Ludington State Park.
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Open Water
Open Water
As another photo hunting day dawned, I was searching along the shores of Hamlin Lake for a winter picture when I spotted a patch of open water. Some Canada geese and mute swans had already found one of the only unfrozen spots on the huge lake.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 1 of 365
Brad Reed's Day 1 of 365
The first day of shooting for the 365 Project and I finally feel like I have a purpose with my shooting. With my anxiety of not knowing what our next project would be lifted, the world is instantly clearer to me and I see photos everywhere I look. I am off to photograph the Badger in a snowstorm. F8.0 at 1/20, ISO 100, 18-50 mm lens at 18 mm
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