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Sparkling
Nikon D850. F8 at 1/6400. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. June 7, 2020 at 5:28pm.
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Workshop at Ludington State Park (0504)
Workshop at Ludington State Park (0504)
Workshop at Ludington State Park
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Workshop at Stearns Park (0847)
Workshop at Stearns Park (0847)
Workshop at Stearns Park
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Sunset on Hamlin Lake (0914)
Sunset on Hamlin Lake (0914)
Sunset on Hamlin Lake
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Water Colors
Water Colors
Water Colors
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Ordway Reflections
Ordway Reflections
Ordway Reflections
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Michigan Blues
Michigan Blues
Michigan Blues
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Lake Louise Water Droplets
Lake Louise Water Droplets
Lake Louise Water Droplets
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Lake Art
Lake Art
The shallow water near the edge of the south breakwall in Ludington glimmers brightly today as sunbeams dance on the surface. I feel blessed to be out shooting for the day instead of being stuck in the office in front of my computer. Life is good!
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Red Sea
Red Sea
More red than the Red Sea, Lake Michigan changes color like a lava lamp in the red light of a September sunset afterglow. This scene presented itself only seven minutes after the "Sea of Confusion" scene.
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Look at That
Look at That
Some day I hope to publish a book of nothing but photographs of water ripples. I never tire of watching the colors change by the second as the light moves across the surface. Tonight, on the south breakwall in Pentwater, I pointed out these water ripples to several people passing by.
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Leave You Breathless
Leave You Breathless
Often customers come into the gallery and question if the colors of our photographs are real. The answer is always yes, the colors are real.
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Ludington State Park (3500)
Ludington State Park (3500)
Ludington State Park
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Elixir
Elixir
Having the flu is never fun, especially when you have to work. Today was the fourth Tuesday of "Tuesdays with Todd and Brad Reed" so I had no choice but to get off the couch and try making some strong images. I found this image on a large man-made pond near Muskegon, Michigan. Going through the process of making this photograph actually made me feel better. Photography is often my favorite elixir!
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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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Fire Within
Fire Within
What makes the fire within you burn? What lights my life up the most is having deep conversations with friends, family, and complete strangers or chasing the light with my camera. Tonight while walking out to the North Breakwater Light in my hometown of Ludington, I enjoyed a couple of nice conversations with people I just met, followed by shooting a unique sunset being reflected onto Lake Michigan.
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Dog Days of Summer
Dog Days of Summer
Dog Days of Summer
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Cotton Candy - Panoramic
Cotton Candy - Panoramic
Cotton Candy - Panoramic
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Time For Reflection
Time For Reflection
Photography is always therapeutic for me. The isolation, ruggedness, and wild spirit of Isle Royale has made me more contemplative than usual. As I snap this image, I am busy thinking about what is really important in my life.
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Sweet Water
Sweet Water
One of my favorite professors when I was a student at Calvin College told me a story recently about his father. His father was from California and every time he came to visit his son at Calvin, he would refer to Lake Michigan as the "sweet water". In California, when they would try to dig wells for drinking water near the coastline of the Pacific Ocean, the water would often be undrinkable due to the salt content. If you were lucky enough to dig a well and hit "sweet water" you were considered very fortunate. Many people today that live near the Great Lakes take them for granted and don't realize how valuable they really are.
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