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Fired Up
I have witnessed several thousand sunsets on the Ludington waterfront, but I never tire of looking for that next spectacular one, especially for the ones that are dramatically different from all the others. On this April evening, a front was approaching from the northwest just as the sun was setting. The bottom of the clouds looked like fiery flames as they swept toward shore. I am glad I was there to witness and make art of this sunset.
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Northern Lights at First Curve (2723)
Northern Lights at First Curve (2723)
Northern Lights at First Curve
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Holland Beauties
Holland Beauties
Tulip Time in Holland, Michigan is always a fun and beautiful celebration to be a part of. Team Reed loves to explore all the public tulip gardens with our cameras. We recommend photographing the tulips with the largest telephoto lens that you can so that you can have a super shallow depth of field. I shot these with a 600mm lens with a 1.4 extender at 850mm.
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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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Holland Standouts
Holland Standouts
I can get lost every spring in the beauty of gardens full of tulips in Holland, Michigan. I love studying all that color and finding the picture within the picture - a tulip or two that stands out in the crowd.
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Two Tugs
Two Tugs
A puddle left by an overnight rainstorm mirrors the tugboat Edward E. Gillen. Perhaps it is because of my nautical background, but tugboats tend to attract my photo eye. Maybe it is simply that so many of them seem to have such character.
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Star Trillium
Star Trillium
Star Trillium
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Rainbow Ferry
Rainbow Ferry
A pot of gold at the end of the rainbow applies to photography. One summer evening, shortly after telling my wife it was "rainbow weather," we had walked into P.M. Steamers Restaurant when I heard a patron exclaim there were two rainbows. I bolted out the door and raced a couple of blocks to get to a good vantage point to feature the carferry Badger beneath the rainbow. I shot for about two minutes before one rainbow disappeared and the other became less vivid. Good timing makes good pictures; so does always carrying the camera, and postponing dinner.
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (3404)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (3404)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Scottville Tradition
Scottville Tradition
Farming remains a major, vital industry throughout Michigan, including Scottville. I admire farmers like Tyler Martz who have the work ethic and expertise to till the land. Martz was preparing this field for planting asparagus. The grain storage and other structures of Acres Co-Op, Inc. tower behind Martz's tractor.
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 Orchard
The Orchard at my parent’s farm may not be what people typically think of when they hear the word “orchard”. A lot of them assume we have several acres of trees, and although it might be small compared to many, it’s ours. The lilac bushes that surround the orchard might not be world class, but they’re ours. The tire swing hanging in the middle of these might seem ordinary to others, but not to us. My family has made many memories while playing baseball in the orchard, hide and seek in the lilacs, and of course being pushed on that tire swing. They’re one of the first things you see when turning into the driveway after a long day of traveling, and once your headlights hit them, you can breathe a sigh of relief because you’re “home”. Now, as my siblings and I have our own children, they too know that feeling, and are busy making their own memories in the orchard, lilacs, and Papa’s tire swing (as my two kids call it). These memories will last forever, and will continue to grow for generations to come. 
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American Beauty
American Beauty
The carferry Badger slips quietly through the early morning mist on its way out of the slumbering Ludington harbor. I was glad to be out early to appreciate the view from a field along the north channel wall.
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (3351)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (3351)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (3359)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (3359)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Wednesday May (2182)
Wednesday May (2182)
Wednesday May
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Dancing Blues
Dancing Blues
I often stand for long periods of time and watch the vibrant colors dance on top of the water. I find it visually stimulating and very relaxing. This morning, the surface of Hamlin Lake was dancing in blue.
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