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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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Sleeping Bear Sunrise - Panoramic
Sleeping Bear Sunrise - Panoramic
Watching the sun rise over the Sleeping Bear Dunes is like watching a moving picture because the light and shadow change so quickly. With the camera on the tripod, I can savor the show and make an exposure whenever I am loving the moment I am witnessing. Fuji S2. F11 at 1/30, ISO 100. 12-24mm lens at 17mm. On a tripod without a flash. October 21, 2005 at 8:20am.
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Sleeping Bear Sunrise
Sleeping Bear Sunrise
Watching the sun rise over the Sleeping Bear Dunes is like watching a moving picture because the light and shadow change so quickly. With the camera on the tripod, I can savor the show and make an exposure whenever I am loving the moment I am witnessing.
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Panorama Black Bear
Panorama Black Bear
Panorama Black Bear
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Following Mama Bear
Following Mama Bear
Following Mama Bear
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Bear Crossing
Bear Crossing
Bear Crossing
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Sleeping Bear Dunes (3506)
Sleeping Bear Dunes (3506)
Sleeping Bear Dunes
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Panorama Resort (6136)
Panorama Resort (6136)
Panorama Resort
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Rushing to Sleeping Bear
Rushing to Sleeping Bear
Earlier today I picked Julia and Ethan up after school and told them we were going on a shooting adventure. We rushed north all the way to Stocking Drive at Sleeping Bear Dunes. We had to run from the parking lot to the top of a tall dune near the main lookout area. With just minutes to spare, we made this image of the sun setting into Lake Michigan. I love our adventures together!
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Rolling Into Empire
Rolling Into Empire
Rolling Into Empire
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Sleeping Bear Scenic Drive (1595)
Sleeping Bear Scenic Drive (1595)
Sleeping Bear Scenic Drive
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Windy Night at Sleeping Bear
Windy Night at Sleeping Bear
Windy Night at Sleeping Bear
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Bear On the Move
Bear On the Move
Bear On the Move
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Bear Path
Bear Path
Bear Path
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Floating on Clouds
Floating on Clouds
The God beams, bright blue sky, clouds below my feet, and the tropical-looking Lake Michigan water made me feel like I was actually floating on the clouds today when I made this photograph. I wish all of you could have been next to my dad and me experiencing this rare sight. F22 at 1/60, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 18mm
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Sleeping Bear Overlook
Sleeping Bear Overlook
Today was the first time I experienced being above the clouds along the Lake Michigan shoreline without being in an airplane. The scenic overlook at the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is over 450 feet above Lake Michigan and was a great vantage point to photograph this rare phenomenon. The hike down the steep dune is fast and sometimes furious. The hike up is torturous, especially on your calf muscles. F16 at 1/100, ISO 100, 14mm lens at 14mm
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Breathtaking View
Breathtaking View
A couple standing on the edge of a 450-foot-high Sleeping Bear Dunes bluff find themselves above the clouds as a cold front sweeps across Lake Michigan toward them. F10 at 1/800, ISO 400, 14-24mm lens at 24mm
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Most Beautiful Place in America
Most Beautiful Place in America
The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore area was voted the most beautiful place in America in August 2011 by ABC's Good Morning America. The view today from the top of one of the tallest dunes at Sleeping Bear helps prove why ABC was correct in their judgment. When you can stand above the clouds on a sand mountain and look down at the endless turquoise waters of Lake Michigan, you know you are experiencing a world-class view. F22 at 1/40, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 18mm
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Over the Edge
Over the Edge
This is the view looking over the edge of the 450-foot-high Lake Michigan shoreline bluff at Sleeping Bear Dunes. My vantage point is from one of the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore scenic lookouts along the 7.4-mile Pierce Stocking Drive. F16 at 1/320, ISO 400, 14-24mm lens at 24mm
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Heaven and Earth Collide
Heaven and Earth Collide
A massive storm cloud rolled in quickly off Lake Michigan and devoured my dad, me, and several naive spectators this afternoon at the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Being 450 feet above Lake Michigan allowed us a vantage point that was above the clouds. When the storm cloud finally hit us, we were lost in a freezing cold sea of white nothingness. It was a religious experience to say the least. F11 at 1/160, ISO 100, 18-50mm lens at 23mm
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