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Rachel\'s Day 23 of 366 - January 22, 2020
Rachel Gaudette’s Day 23 of 366 - January 22, 2020
A bald eagle takes flight off from a utility pole overlooking the Pere Marquette River along Old US31. Nikon D810. F6.3 at 1/1250, ISO 6400. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. Handheld without a flash. January 23, 2020 at 8:54pm.
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Owly
Owly
A great horned owl eyes visitors to Ludington State Park. The owl was a star attraction during one of the many wildlife education programs put on at the park's Great Lakes Visitors Center. Wildlife Recovery Association had brought the beautiful bird and several other injured birds of prey to the nature center. Attending the park's interpretive programs helps thousands of visitors better understand, appreciate and respect the park and all its living things.
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Screaming Eagle
Screaming Eagle
Venturing deeper into wildlife photography has been a wonderful challenge. We invested a lot of money into a 500-millimeter Nikon F4 lens and a new carbon fiber tripod designed for heavy telephoto lenses. We quickly learned that even with the best equipment, great wildlife photographs depend most of all on the light and capturing the defining moment. After a year of searching for the bald eagle shot I had always pre-visualized at the Ludington State Park, my luck changed on July 25, 2007.
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August 28 2014 Isle Royal (3072)
August 28 2014 Isle Royal (3072)
August 28 2014 Isle Royal
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Perch Fishing
Perch Fishing
Large telephoto lenses are great for photographing wildlife because they allow you to keep your distance from the subject. Many times the subject doesn't even know it is being photographed and its behavior will continue in its natural state. This great blue heron was focused on finding fish in Hamlin Lake and was not bothered by me while I photographed it with a 1050-millimeter telephoto lens.
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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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Eye on the Prize
Eye on the Prize
A rough-legged hawk stands out against a backdrop of pine trees outside the Great Lakes Visitors Center at Ludington State Park. The rehabilitating bird was being held by Joe Rogers of Wildlife Recovery Association for park visitors to see and learn about. Wildlife Recovery cares for injured and orphaned wildlife and sets free those that are ready to re-enter the wild.
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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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Rachel\'s Day 25 of 366 - January 26, 2020
Rachel Gaudette’s Day 25 of 366 - January 26, 2020
Two bald eagles perch on a branch near Crossroads Church on US10 between Custer and Scottville, Michigan. Nikon D810. F6.3 at 1/8000, ISO 6400. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 25, 2020 at 2:09pm.
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Birds\' Eye View
Birds' Eye View
Seeing one bald eagle on a perch from 30 yards away is a rush; seeing a pair of eagles from that distance is breathtaking. It is no wonder why the founding fathers of this great nation chose the bald eagle to represent the pride of America. Eagles are majestic and powerful looking creatures, and when you see how large their talons are, you quickly respect them as well.
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Brotherly Love
Brotherly Love
Appearing to be huddling together against the cold, or perhaps just having a conversation about the "just ducky" weather, two male Mallards endure some fowl weather on the Sable River.
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Soul Mates
Soul Mates
Mute swans use their wings as sails to cruise the Sable River in perfect symmetry on a winter afternoon. Though not as rare as the trumpeter swans that are occasionally spotted at the park, the mute swans with their telltale orange bills are equally beautiful and awe park visitors wherever they appear.
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Pairing Up
Pairing Up
Like pairs dancers, these gulls fly over Lake Michigan in perfect symmetry. I love watching their precision and control. They are amongst nature's most naturally graceful performers.
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Ruby Throated Hummingbrd
Ruby Throated Hummingbrd
I enjoy visiting my Grandma Reed after work and having a drink with her. We sit in her kitchen and watch the different birds come to her feeders and chit chat. Every August she gets several humming birds that frequent her yard. I made it my mission to capture a photograph of one of the ruby red hummingbirds for her. After several failed attempts, I finally captured a moment that I was proud of.
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Quillis
Quillis
My good friends, Joe and Tracy Cooper, had put a photo on Facebook yesterday of a porcupine that was hanging out in their front yard. I contacted Tracy and asked if I could come over and photograph it with my big camera. After I got her permission, my daughter Julia and I drove to their home south of Ludington and found "Quillis" chilling and eating some apples. It was raining and very windy outside, but this little guy didn't seem to be bothered by anything. Julia and I had a blast photographing him.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 29 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 29 of 366
Nikon D850. F6.3 at 1/200, ISO 6400. 60-600mm lens at 480mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 29, 2020 at 5:54pm.
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Aerial Artistry
Aerial Artistry
This seagull has to be in its glory, bathing in sunshine and near 50-degree temperatures as it soars along the Lake Michigan shoreline on one of the warmest January 31sts in Ludington's history. The sun is lifting my spirits too.
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Sunday With Dottie
Sunday With Dottie
This deer's for you, mom! While taking my mother on a Sunday drive at Ludington State Park, we were remembering all the great picnics and Michigan outdoors beauty our family had enjoyed together at the park while growing up. On our way out, we got a beautiful look at a deer looking for a drink of water.
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Stealth Standout
Stealth Standout
A great blue heron stands watch like a statue while fishing along a bank of the Pere Marquette River south of Ludington. Purple loosestrife colors the river marsh. The Pere Marquette, designated by Congress as a National Wild & Scenic River, helps provide Pere Marquette Lake and Lake Michigan with its lifeblood--water.
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Shimmering Seagulls
Shimmering Seagulls
A highlight of a summer day at the Lake Michigan shoreline is when the sun reflects on waves in the late afternoon. It is a golden hour for looking lakeward. One of those lazy days, a shallow sandbar created a wading pool where wave currents and gulls played upon the surface near Ludington State Park Beach House.
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