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Brad Reed\'s Day 4 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 4 of 366
Shot in the Upper Peninsula at Upper Tahquamenon Falls. Nikon D850. F22 at 1/6 seconds, ISO 100. 14-24mm lens at 14mm. January 4, 2020 at 11:29am.
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Rachel\'s Day 4 of 366 - January 4, 2020
Rachel's Day 4 of 366 - January 4, 2020
Shot in the Upper Peninsula at Upper Tahquamenon Falls. Nikon D810. F22 at 0.4 seconds, ISO 200. 60-600mm lens at 160mm. January 4, 2020 at 1:22pm.
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Upper Tahquamenon Falls (2000)
Upper Tahquamenon Falls (2000)
Upper Tahquamenon Falls
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Lower Tahquamenon Falls (3855)
Lower Tahquamenon Falls (3855)
Lower Tahquamenon Falls
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Upper Penninsula (3865)
Upper Penninsula (3865)
Upper Penninsula
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Tahquamenon Falls and White Fish Point (5992)
Tahquamenon Falls and White Fish Point (5992)
Tahquamenon Falls and White Fish Point
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Tahquamenon Falls River Reflection (6033)
Tahquamenon Falls River Reflection (6033)
Tahquamenon Falls River Reflection
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Upper Tahquamenon Falls
Upper Tahquamenon Falls
Upper Tahquamenon Falls
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UP Crisp Point Taquamenon (7489)
UP Crisp Point Taquamenon (7489)
UP Crisp Point Taquamenon
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Team Work
Team Work
It takes a team effort to make some of our strongest images. Our assistant manager, Rachel Gaudette, was the first one on our team to spot this vantage point to photograph Laughing Whitefish Falls. The issue was two large logs stuck at the edge of the steep falls. My dad went into the woods and found a long stick that had a fork on the end of it. I then walked to the slippery edge of the falls and hooked both of the logs with that stick and slid them to the side and out of the photograph. My kneecaps were shaking in my tall rubber boots, but it was totally worth it for this image.
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Tahquamenon Falls and White Fish Point (6000)
Tahquamenon Falls and White Fish Point (6000)
Tahquamenon Falls and White Fish Point
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White Fish Shoreline Tahquamenon Falls and White Fish Point (5945)
White Fish Shoreline Tahquamenon Falls and White Fish Point (5945)
White Fish Shoreline Tahquamenon Falls and White Fish Point
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Winter at Tahquamenon
Winter at Tahquamenon
Seeing Upper Tahquamenon Falls takes away what breath I have left on this below-zero January morning in Michigan's fabulous Upper Peninsula. Winter has already partially frozen the more than 200-foot-wide falls.
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