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The World Famous Scottville Clown Band
4th of July Parade 2023. Our Famous Scottteville Clown Band or Otherwise called "The Big Noise from Scotteville"Have been around since 1903. Every Year Ludington Looks forward to our 4th July Parade and when the Band finally shows up. Though it marks the end of the parade, people always wait for the best finale Show to mark the beginning of our celebration.
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Ludington Luminaries
I was intent on capturing a close-up image of the Super Blood Wolf Moon setting behind the Ludington lighthouse on January 21, 2019. Mother Nature had something else in store. I just had to have the presence of mind and heart to see it at 9 a.m. on a way-beyond-ice-cold winter day. We teach our workshop students that 90 percent of a good image is about the quality of the light and or atmosphere. It didn’t take me long to realize that I was in the presence of both great light and atmosphere. We also teach, “Bad is Good,” meaning that bad weather provides good conditions for making strong outdoor photographs. It was a good bad day.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 2 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 2 of 365
I have long wanted to make a picture at this spot along the Betsie River near Crystal Mountain Resort. This is a perfect morning; nothing to it but to stop life's express train and do it. F11.0 at 1.0, ISO 400, 12-24 mm lens at 22 mm
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Lake of the Clouds (1195)
Lake of the Clouds (1195)
Lake of the Clouds
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Wednesday (2692)
Wednesday (2692)
Wednesday (2692)
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Michigan Warms My Soul - Panoramic
Michigan Warms My Soul - Panoramic
First Street Beach in Manistee is always a great place to photograph a beautiful Lake Michigan sunset. After a long, hard day of shooting, it warmed my soul to see the sun pop through the clouds just before sunset. D800, F8 at 1/60, ISO 100, 70-200mm lens at 130mm
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Brad Reed\'s Day 2 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 2 of 366
Bond Falls, way in the western side of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, near the town of Paulding, is one of my very favorite waterfalls I have ever photographed. Today Rachel and I hiked up the icy steps to the upper part of the falls. Someone before us had fun making this snowman. I couldn’t resist making an image of Frosty.
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In Winters Teeth
In Winters Teeth
The Charlevoix Lighthouse stands out any time of year with its bright red aid-to-navigation paint job, but surrounded by a fresh coat of ice it bursts forth like a rocket. The compositional elements lend themselves to this vertical composition as well as the horizontal image I have already made in the same spot.
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (0078)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (0078)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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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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First Sail
First Sail
It was the first day of the 1999 sailing season for the carferry Badger. Providing a colorful sunset, it was as if nature was saluting the grand ship on her return to Ludington harbor.
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Northern Lights Over Epworth
Northern Lights Over Epworth
Northern Lights Over Epworth
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Lavender Hill Farms
Lavender Hill Farms
Did you know northern Michigan is an excellent place to grow lavender? Linda and Roy Longworth have created a successful lavender farm near Horton Bay, Michigan. The 45th parallel in both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres is ideal for growing lavender and Horton Bay is located on the 45th parallel. The Longworth's have over 8,000 lavender plants and 30 different varieties. The gift shop is a treat to the senses. Go visit them and help them spread their success story around the country. D800, F11 at 1/160, ISO 400, 14-24mm lens at 24mm
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Badger Going Out in Storm (0808)
Badger Going Out in Storm (0808)
Badger Going Out in Storm
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Rough Riders
Like a tank on the water, Coast Guard Motor Lifeboat 44345 pounds through breaking surf. The self-righting rescue boat and her crews aided mariners in distress between Big and Little Sable Points for more than 35 years.
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Benzie Dam (0138)
Trying So Hard
Benzie Dam
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Michigan Red White and Blue
I visualized how the Charlevoix Lighthouse might look three hours and 150 miles before I got there. The fresh coat of ice on the Charlevoix pier from yesterday's north wind and waves looks even better than I envisioned. I am loving being right here, right now in Northern Michigan.
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Sunflower Storm
Sunflower Storm
Photographers should pay farmers to grow sunflowers! When I think of million dollar view, I think of a field of sunflowers in the country as with this scene found along Beyer Road in northern Mason County. I pray the farmers who grow them make a handsome profit to continue to plant them.
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Michigan Warms My Soul
Michigan Warms My Soul
First Street Beach in Manistee is always a great place to photograph a beautiful Lake Michigan sunset. After a long, hard day of shooting, it warmed my soul to see the sun pop through the clouds just before sunset.
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