First Steps

I captured the moment this little one walked from a man to a woman, most likely its parents, on the north breakwater light in Ludington, Michigan’s Stern park as the sun was setting. This lighthouse was voted one of the top 10 lighthouses to see in the U.S. by the Weather Channel. I think this family moment added its own beauty to the scene.

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Stars in My Eyes

The Petite Pointe Au Sable Lighthouse (The Little Point of Sand Lighthouse) was completed in 1874 along the shores of Lake Michigan. Its light rises 108 feet over the waters to signal ships the location of the shoreline. I had photographed it recently during the day and decided to try the same subject at night with the sky full of stars this time.

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Here is a wider view of the same scene shown below


Appreciation of Nature and the Outdoors

I recently created this video showing some of the work I’ve done. I hope you enjoy it. 🙂

Frozen Under the Sun

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I found this lone photographer on the icy beach in South Haven near frozen Lake Michigan as the sun was beginning to set today. I also took advantage of the opportunity to capture the image below of the Lighthouse and pier that was close by. The lighthouse has been standing sentinel there since 1903.


Winter Lighthouse


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The pier and lighthouse on Lake Michigan at Grand Haven’s State Park often has ice flows in the winter.

Perk of the Lake


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One of the perks of living near Lake Michigan are the beautiful sunsets and lighthouse views 🙂

Savage Waves


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The waves can get rough on the waters of Lake Michigan. Here a large one crashed onto the rocks near a lighthouse in Grand Haven, Michigan.

Michigan Sunset


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A sunset over lake Michigan is always a work of art to witness. I was happy to capture this colorful moment.