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St. Joseph on Ice
St. Joseph on Ice
This icy sight greets Brad and me after a 150-mile drive to St. Joseph from Ludington on an ice-cold but sunny January 8th morning. Ice is already building up seaward from St. Joseph Lighthouse. Lake Michigan is on its way to freezing over before this winter ends.
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Rachel Gaudette\'s Day 170 of 366 - June 18, 2020
Rachel Gaudette's Day 170 of 366 - June 18, 2020
Nikon D810. F22.0 at 1/160, ISO 100. 24-70mm lens at 24mm. June 18, 2020 at 6:51pm.
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St Joseph Perspective
St Joseph Perspective
The graphic view in front of me at the entrance to St. Joseph Harbor reminds me of those perspective drawings we learned to make in grade school. Everything appears smaller as it recedes into the scene. Shooting the sailboat at just this spot in its voyage makes all the lines and imaginary lines line up in triangular fashion. F10 at 1/400, ISO 800, 80-200mm lens at 130mm
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Superstorm Sandy Pounding St Joseph
Superstorm Sandy Pounding St Joseph
Since the beginning of the Tuesdays Project back in January, my dad and I have been dreaming of photographing a huge Lake Michigan storm. Finally, thanks to Superstorm Sandy, we witnessed one of the most powerful storms on the Great Lakes in years. The largest waves were in the southern tip of Lake Michigan. I made this photo in St. Joseph, Michigan. F4.5 at 1/250, ISO 3200, 70-200mm lens at 200mm
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Rolling In
Rolling In
The big wave in this photograph reminds me of the wave in the movie The Perfect Storm that sank the Andrea Gail. Of course this wave is a lot smaller than the giant ocean rollers, but Lake Michigan waves can actually be a lot more dangerous because they are so steep, so close together, and come from multiple directions. F5.6 at 1/400, ISO 3200, 70-200mm lens at 200mm
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Fury at St Joseph
Fury at St Joseph
I would have paid good money to watch any surfer or kayaker try to survive this 25-foot wall of water on Lake Michigan this evening at St. Joseph, Michigan. My guess is they all would have lost. The power and beauty of Lake Michigan will forever have my full respect. F4.5 at 1/250, ISO 3200, 70-200mm lens at 200mm
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