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Winter Hunt
Winter Hunt
A short way from White River Light Station, a fox slinks between trees while on the hunt. I had come to photograph the historic lighthouse; the fox was an unexpected bonus.
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Catching Some Rays
Catching Some Rays
This little masked bandit stole a granola bar out of the open camera bag I left unattended on the ground about 10 feet from me. When I heard a crunching noise, I turned around to find him with his mouth filled with my granola bar. He quickly made his way up into a nearby tree to escape the hustle and bustle of the small campground in downtown Bear Lake, Michigan. As I switched lenses and got into position, the setting sun broke through the thick cloud layer and lit the thief's guilty face.
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Fanned Out
Fanned Out
I don't have time to see the detail as I swing my camera, trying to follow and shoot this picture of a seagull. But I know that if I can fill most of the viewfinder with the bird and get enough exposure, there will be plenty of detail to see in the finished photograph. I choose to convert the image to black and white to focus on the patterns of the feathers without being distracted by color.
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Brad Reed\'s Day 31 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 31 of 366
Nikon D850. F6.3 at 1/500, ISO 12800. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. On a tripod without a flash. January 31, 2020 at 8:32am.
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Rain Dance
Rain Dance
The rain rarely stops my dad and me from getting outdoors to photograph. Today, we stood in the freezing rain and fog along the shores of Mona Lake near Muskegon, Michigan to photograph bald eagles. Our good friend, Louise Olson, had told us several eagles congregate near the east edge of the lake by some open water. Sure enough, we were not even out of the truck yet and could see several eagles. The rain and fog are what make this photograph more unique.
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Golden Eye
Golden Eye
On an icy February morning, the eye of a female Golden Eye provides the lone spot of bold color in an otherwise monochromatic winter scene. The duck's brown head and grayish body distinguish it from its male counterpart, which is largely black and white with green head.
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Ludington State Park (4557)
Ludington State Park (4557)
Ludington State Park
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Brad Reed\'s Day 32 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 32 of 366
Nikon D850. F6.3 at 1/125, ISO 12800. 60-600mm lens at 600mm. On a tripod without a flash. February 1, 2020 at 5:32pm.
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Migrations
Migrations
After cresting the first massive sand dune near the end of the Ridge Trail in the Ludington State Park, my dad and I were blown away by the number of canvasback ducks that congregated on Hamlin Lake below us. As we stood catching our breath, a pair of large geese flew overhead and startled some of the ducks. With a thunderous roar, several hundred birds took to the air at once. The partially frozen lake and the fog amplified the sound and also created a gorgeous backdrop for this photograph.
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Pure Gold
Pure Gold
It looks like anything but winter through my viewfinder as I photograph seagulls basking in the sun on a January morning along the Lake Michigan shoreline.
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Ludington State Park (4608)
Ludington State Park (4608)
Ludington State Park
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Breath of Life
Breath of Life
Breath of Life
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Beautiful Landing
Beautiful Landing
Like a 747 dwarfing the smaller planes at an airport, a mute swan makes a big impact as it touches down near smaller waterfowl on the Sauble River at Ludington State Park.
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Winter Spark
Winter Spark
A male cardinal, in all his glory, perches on a rock along the Sable River. The red birds stand out year-around but especially brighten the winter landscape of the park and brighten my day.
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Ludington Oriole
Ludington Oriole
O.K. It's really a Baltimore Oriole. But since it was residing in Ludington State Park, and since my three sons and I were Ludington Orioles during high school, I have taken some editorial license. The colorful songbird had probably recently returned from the south when I came upon him in mid-May on the Island Trail.
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Golden Glider
Golden Glider
An immature bald eagle soars directly overhead as I hike a trail through the dunes near the Sable River at Ludington State Park. The bird circles over me, seemingly checking me out, or is it just searching for breakfast? Either way, I am grateful for the close-up view.
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Peep Sight
Peep Sight
I love viewing wildlife through natural vignettes. It gives me the feeling of looking through a peep sight and provides framing and layers to my pictures. I have to be careful not to crowd the deer with the framing as I "shoot" her with my camera at the Sable River Outlet at the Ludington State Park.
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Hamlin Lake Sunrise - Panoramic
Calm water, geese, fog, and a colorful sunrise are common ingredients in outdoor photography. When you combine all four of them in one photograph, you have a recipe for success.
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The New World - Panoramic
Old enough to explore, a fawn pauses to check out a potential threat at the edge of its still small world in a swale between dunes near the Sable River. Hundreds of park visitors swimming, fishing, or just sitting on the beach have no idea the nearby swale is the fawn’s first home.
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Springtime Parade - Panoramic
It’s comical to watch geese trying to walk on land, especially when they are only a few days old. This particular group of goslings seemed to be quite fond of the game leapfrog. As they passed by my camera, they clumsily hopped over each other while trying to keep up with the rest of the family.
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