“Hustling from Scottville, Michigan to the Ludington State Park to photograph the sunset, I made a last minute decision to not shoot right along the shoreline of Lake Michigan, and instead, turned down Piney Ridge …
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“There are few things in nature as precious as a baby white-tail deer. I have spent hours trying not only to find these elusive creatures, but also to compose the perfect shot that conveys the sweetness and beauty of these young animals.” – photographer Brad Reed.
Repetitive patterns and leading lines in the sand and snowfencing at Ludington State Park by photographer Brad Reed.
“I photographed these two large cottonwood trees on the Ludington Stearns beach as the fog rolled off of Lake Michigan.” – photographer Brad Reed.
“Of course there is no midnight sun in Michigan, but I could not resist naming this winter Lake Michigan shoreline image after the midsummer Arctic phenomenon.” – photographer Brad Reed.
“At an undisclosed location in West Michigan at 7:44 AM, the “magic” light reveals the outline of an elusive snowy owl resting on the bank.” – photographer Brad Reed.
“I found this snow, ice and water along the inner North Breakwater in Ludington, Michigan.” – photographer Brad Reed.
“Songbirds have a way of making everyone smile. This little guy is so round and cute, and he gives me hope of a nearing spring.” – photographer Brad Reed.