Ludington North Breakwater Lighthouse

Sort By:  
Hammer Down
Hammer Down
Hammer Down
$0.00
Hopeful Rays
Hopeful Rays
 We all wear many hats in our lives. Some have a greater priority over others, and it’s easy to forget about the ones that mean the most to you and your heart. I’ve decided it’s time to dust off my Photographer hat, and put it back on. I’m excited to focus and set aside some time for my personal work and projects that I’ve been dreaming about for years. My children all love to get their cameras and tripods out (well Joshua likes to pretend anyway). I’m looking forward to helping them learn the way of photography. I’m excited to continue to share my work with family and friends!
$0.00
Summer Lovin
Summer Lovin'
 Although, over the last few years I’ve made many images that I’m extremely proud of, one photo that I still had not captured was a great image of the Ludington North Breakwater Light. I’ve made images of the lighthouse, just none that I was in love with. I had the chance to stay in town to shoot the sunset on May 21st, and I was crossing my fingers that the rain would stop, and the clouds would break just enough for the sun to shine through. It could have gone either way, but I was ready and waiting. I chose a telephoto lens, so that I could focus on just the lighthouse and the setting sun. Thankfully for me, the sunset turned out to be gorgeous! I could see others taking a nightly run to the lighthouse, or taking in the sunset with family or friends. It was just me, my camera, and the setting sun enjoying that special night on the south side of the beach, listening to Lake Michigan tell her summer secrets.
$0.00
First Sail
First Sail
It was the first day of the 1999 sailing season for the carferry Badger. Providing a colorful sunset, it was as if nature was saluting the grand ship on her return to Ludington harbor.
$0.00
Blue Fog Light
Blue Fog Light
Blue Fog Light
$0.00
Ludington North Pier Light (0157)
Ludington North Pier Light (0157)
Ludington North Pier Light
$0.00
My Kinda Party
My Kinda Party
 I'm not a fan of the cold. I actually really dislike it. What I do love though is shooting. I will withstand freezing cold temperatures and wind chill, if it means I can get my camera in my hand and experience the beauty that surrounds me. To some it's fun to shoot when the weathers great, but to me, I long to shoot through it all!
$0.00
Ludington Lighthouse During Workshop (0503)
Ludington Lighthouse During Workshop (0503)
Ludington Lighthouse During Workshop
$0.00
Break Time
Break Time
Break Time
$0.00
Ludington Lighthouse During Workshop (0507)
Ludington Lighthouse During Workshop (0507)
Ludington Lighthouse During Workshop
$0.00
Ludington Trails
Ludington Trails
Little things can make or break an image. Straight horizontal lines in a photograph can be extremely destructive to the flow of a composition. This photograph would not work if it were not for the three diagonal lines in the sky. The diagonal lines get the viewer's eyes moving around the photograph and lead one's attention to the lighthouse.
$0.00
365 Week 06 (1083)
365 Week 06 (1083)
365 Week 06
$0.00
365 Week 07 (1116)
365 Week 07 (1116)
365 Week 07
$0.00
Kickin
Kickin
Kickin
$0.00
Brad Reed\'s Day 6 of 366
Brad Reed's Day 6 of 366
The Ludington Lighthouse in a pink sunrise. Nikon D850. F6 at 1/2000 seconds, ISO 1600. 60-600mm lens at 340mm. January 6, 2020 at 8:17am.
$0.00
Homeward Bound
Homeward Bound
I never tire of watching the carferry Badger sail into Ludington harbor. Of the thousands of times I have seen this grand ship steam into port, this October evening was one of the most spectacular. My wife and I were enjoying dinner at a relative's Crosswinds Estates home, near the harbor mouth, when the Badger and sunset-lit storm clouds approached Ludington simultaneously. Fortunately, I excused myself from the dinner table long enough to shoot as the ship entered the harbor.
$0.00
Strawberry Moon
Strawberry Moon
Strawberry Moon
$0.00
Per Page      1 - 20 of 305