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Dunegrass Perspective

Shot on the morning of October 25, 2019 by Todd Reed. Todd and Brad were conducting an Advanced Weekend Workshop with several students. The early dawn sun illuminates the brickwork of the lighthouse and lends a special depth to the image.

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Workshop at Ludington State Park (1170)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (1170)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Lincoln River in Front of Rods Shack (1661)
Lincoln River in Front of Rods Shack (1661)
Lincoln River in Front of Rods Shack
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Top of Little Sable
Top of Little Sable
The shoreline at Little Sable Point extends westward toward Wisconsin farther than any spot of land in Michigan's Lower Peninsula. I feel on top of the world looking southwest over Lake Michigan from the tower observation deck over 100 feet above the shore atop Little Sable Point Lighthouse.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 19 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 19 of 365
Before a big house was built in front of our picture windows, my wife and I enjoyed an unobstructed, grand scenic world-class view of the Lake Michigan shoreline from Ludington to Little Sable Point. Now I use the "twice-as-close rule" to narrow my focus and exclude the big house from the images I make in front of our home. F6.3 at 1/125, ISO 100, 80-200 mm lens at 130 mm
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Mac Woods Silver Lake Dunes (3457)
Mac Woods Silver Lake Dunes (3457)
Mac Woods Silver Lake Dunes
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We Love Silver Lake
We Love Silver Lake
Rising dramatically from the Silver Lake shoreline, sections of the Silver Lake Sand Dunes look as grand as the Egyptian Pyramids to me on a September day. The light and shadow playing on the dunes often is the best after the masses have left. We love exploring the dunes during the quieter times of year, especially during September and October when the light is often magical.
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Dune Masterpiece
Dune Masterpiece
The Silver Lake Sand Dunes are home to many good times and great memories for thousands of people. You can feel the energy that the bustling atmosphere produces. If you wander long enough, you can find areas on the dunes that look as if they have been untouched by humans for hundreds of years. When I was photographing this scene I was amazed at the apparent lack of human presence. It was not until I gave this photograph to my grandma, Bev Marble, for Christmas, that I was aware of the litter present in the scene.
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Dune Reflection
Dune Reflection
Like seeing a wondrous mirage in a desert, it was hard to distinguish reality from illusion as I looked across Silver Lake shortly after sunrise on an October morning.
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Underwater Lincoln River (8798)
Underwater Lincoln River (8798)
Underwater Lincoln River
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Heaven Blessed
Heaven Blessed
Heaven Blessed
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Brad Reed\'s Day 57 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 57 of 366
Nikon D850. F5 at 1/50, ISO100. 14-24mm lens at 24mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 26, 2020 at 3:15pm.
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Little Sable Breeze
Little Sable Breeze
Little Sable Breeze
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Rainbow Over the Dummy Bridge
Rainbow Over the Dummy Bridge
Rainbow Over the Dummy Bridge
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Rainbows Over the Lincoln
Rainbows Over the Lincoln
Rainbows Over the Lincoln
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Dune Sculpture
Dune Sculpture
Like nature's version of a Calder sculpture, a sand-blasted and sun-faded tree trunk juts forth from the Silver Lake sand dunes. It is amazing how much the dunes shift with the wind. Changing light also adds new discovery to each visit. I often wonder about the scenes I am missing on the days I am not here.
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Dune Ride
Dune Ride
A ride on a Mac Wood's Dune Rides dune scooter provides a scenic view of the Silver Lake sand dunes. Even though I usually prefer to walk the pedestrian area of the dunes to slowly search for photographs, I love the fast-changing view from the dune scooters. I also appreciate that they stop at selected spots to provide time to savor, and photograph, some of the most spectacular scenic views in the world.
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Slalom Course
Slalom Course
Dead trees buried by shifting sand stand out on the Silver Lake sand dunes. The trees look as if they could be a slalom course set up for the off-road vehicles that race up and down this portion of the Silver Lake State Park.
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Between Seasons
Between Seasons
All is quiet on the Silver Lake waterfront on an autumn evening. Rental canoes remain stacked along the shore. The sun has set on another tourist season at one of Michigan's busiest and most spectacular summer fun spots. I love the stillness and the visual simplicity the lack of activity provides.
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Lake Michigan Mecca
Lake Michigan Mecca
My son, Brad and I were looking for fresh views of the Silver Lake sand dunes on an August evening. I found this perspective, near the north end of the dunes, in a privately owned area undisturbed by tracks made by vehicles or people.
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