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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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Smiling at the Sun
Smiling at the Sun
I don't know who was smiling bigger when the sun finally came out today, this sunflower or me. As the famous National Geographic photographer Sam Abell might say, I was "in the presence of a picture."
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Fresh Flowers
Fresh Flowers
Fresh Flowers
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Sunny Days
Sunny Days
Sunny Days
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Perfect Landing
Perfect Landing
Perfect Landing
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Sunflower Power
Sunflower Power
Sunflower Power
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Brad’s Day 219 of 366 - August 6, 2020
Nikon D850. F6.3 at 1/13, ISO 100. 60-600mm lens at 450mm. August 6, 2020 at 8:47pm.
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Brad’s Day 230 of 366 - August 17, 2020
Nikon D850. F11.0 at 1/200, ISO 400. 14-24mm lens at 15mm. August 17, 2020 at 8:03pm.
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Todd Reed\'s Day 233 of 365
Todd Reed's Day 233 of 365
I love passing by the Bentz farm on Conrad Road between Ludington and Scottville and viewing the beautifully manicured garden in front of their well-maintained old barns. Today a sunflower rises above others to stand out in front of one of the barns. F4.0 at 1/640, ISO 400, 500 mm lens at 500 mm
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Sunshine
Sunshine
Nothing brightens my photographic day more than finding sunflowers in the Michigan countryside. We got tipped off about a stand of sunflowers growing at the Stakenas farm on US31 north of Scottville. The afternoon backlighting gives the sunflowers translucent brilliance and definition. F8 at 1/1250, ISO 400, 80-200mm lens at 80mm
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Stakenas Sunflower
Stakenas Sunflower
Local knowledge and connections are invaluable when it comes to outdoor photography. One of the Stakenas boys from Scottville passed word onto us that they had some beautiful sunflowers growing on their land across the road from their farm on US31. Luckily for us, the first attempt turned out great because of the gorgeous light hitting the sunflowers. F5.6 at 1/1000, ISO 400, 600mm lens at 840mm
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Late Bloomer
Late Bloomer
Timing in photography is everything. Three weeks earlier on a Wednesday this farm field near Yuba, Michigan, northeast of Traverse City was filled with sunflowers in full bloom. I made a good image that day but really wanted to return during one of our Tuesdays Project shoots. Today, my son Brad and I return to find only a handful of sunflowers still in bloom. We make the most of the late bloomers. F18 at 1/500, ISO 800, 24-70mm lens at 24mm
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Pinwheel
Pinwheel
With the bright sun overhead, I positioned myself so that I could photograph the sunlight coming through this beautiful little sunflower, while still having the farm and clouds in the background. This photograph makes me feel warm and happy. F22 at 1/250, ISO 400, 18-50mm lens at 18mm
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