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Blood Moon
Blood Moon
Blood Moon
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Eclipse With Ludington Lighthouse Shore Light (6644)
Eclipse With Ludington Lighthouse Shore Light (6644)
Eclipse With Ludington Lighthouse Shore Light
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Solar Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
With our minds on the new photography book that my dad and I are working on that will cover West Michigan, I decided to head north to Frankfort and my dad headed south to Muskegon to photograph the solar eclipse. In this area of Michigan, we witnessed about 75 percent coverage. We also had clouds to battle, but as we often say, clouds are your friend.
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Muskegon Eclipse
Muskegon Eclipse
People traveled for hundreds or even thousands of miles to experience the total lunar eclipse on August 21, 2017. I chose to travel 65 miles to the Muskegon South Breakwater Lighthouse so I could experience a partial version of the eclipse along Michigan's west shore. It remained relatively bright out but with a short exposure I was able to make the sliver of moon not eclipsed at the peak stand out.
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Super Blood Moon
Super Blood Moon
Super Blood Moon
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Lunar Eclipse
Lunar Eclipse
Lunar Eclipse
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High Seiche
High Seiche
High Seiche
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Low Seiche
Low Seiche
Low Seiche
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Brad Reed's Day 195 of 366 - July 13, 2020
After visiting, and eating a wonderful dinner with Betsy, Sean, Aiden, Julia, and Ethan at the Sierra Sands Family Lodge in Silver Lake, Rachel and I headed to Little Point Sable Lighthouse to try and photograph the Comet Neowise. Shortly after the beautiful sunset, Comet Neowise, which won’t be visible again for almost 7,000 years, was visible to the naked eye in the northwest sky. With our Sigma 60-600mm lenses and steady tripods, we were able to capture images of the comet. Nikon D850. F5.6 at 2.5 seconds, ISO 1600. 60-600mm lens at 320mm. On a tripod without a flash. July 13, 2020 at 10:39pm.
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Rachel Gaudette's Day 195 of 366 - July 13, 2020
Nikon D810. F5 at 13 seconds, ISO 100. 60-600mm lens at 60mm. On a tripod without a flash. July 13, 2020 at 10:45pm Comet Neowise at Little Point Sable Lighthouse
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Brad Reed's Day 196 of 366 - July 14, 2020
Waiting until after midnight so Rachel and I could shoot our next photos of the day for our 366 book project was the best decision we have made in a while. We were blessed to not only be able to shoot photos that had the Comet Neowise and the Milky Way in them with Little Sable Point Lighthouse, but also the Northern Lights! It was an extraordinary night along the Lake Michigan shoreline near the Silver Lake Sand Dunes. Nikon D850. F2.8 at 91 seconds, ISO 1600. 14-24mm lens at 14mm. On a tripod without a flash. July 14, 2020 at 12:31am.
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Rachel Gaudette's Day 196 of 366 - July 14, 2020
Nikon D810. F4.5 at 75 seconds, ISO 800. 14-24mm lens at 14mm. On a tripod without a flash. July 14, 2020 at 12:24am. Comet Neowise and the Northern Lights at Little Point Sable Lighthouse
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Rachel’s Day 204 of 366 - July 22, 2020
Nikon D810. F6.0 at 5.0 seconds, ISO 3200. 60-600mm lens at 360mm. July 22, 2020 at 11:07pm.
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Venus Solar Transit
Venus Solar Transit
My son Brad and I teamed up to make this last-time-in-our-lifetimes image of the planet Venus crossing in front of the sun. It will be another 108 years before another Venus solar transit. Brad and I shot this photograph at Big Sable Lighthouse at 9:18 p.m. as the sun dropped toward Lake Michigan six minutes prior to sunset. What a phenomenal way to cap off Week 23 of "Tuesdays with Todd and Brad Reed: A Michigan Tribute." F22 at 1/8000, ISO 100, 500mm lens at 700mm
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