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Lake Michigan Sunset KiteBoarders

This photo was taken on October 19th, 2015 at Pere Marquette Beach in ‪#‎Muskegon‬, MI. It was a very cold and windy day. The Lake Michigan kiteboarders and windsurfers were out there having a ton of fun as I sat along the shoreline and photographed them for a little bit. I hope you enjoy 🙂

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Red Sky at Night

Jenna and I went down to Pere Marquette on September 27th, 2017 and took this amazing photo. The sky was awesome for about an hour before sunset, I knew it was going to be a good one 🙂

Lake Michigan Rage 2017

This photo was taken August 17th, 2017. The waves were crazy that day. Jenna and I saw it on the Muskegon beach webcams and ran down there to capture it. I love the way the light reflects off the tops of the waves.

Milky Way over the White River Light Station

Rated 5.00 out of 5

While out searching for the Northern Lights, Jenna and I stopped out to the White Lake Channel and took a few Milky Way shots over the White River Light Station Museum. I really love this photo and it looks amazing in Vivid HD Metal!

Perfect Ending

Sunsets like these are the perfect ending to a long work day. Take a walk out to the lighthouse and enjoy the view 🙂

The Light Behind

This photo is pretty cool. I don't have much to say about it, I've been working on my website for 10 hours today lol. This photo was taken at Pere Marquette Beach in Muskegon, MI.

Walk into the Light

This photo is called “Walk into the Light”. It just draws you into the sunset. I really like the way this turned out and that sky was amazing!

Something for Everyone to Enjoy

Walks out to the end of the Muskegon Pier really are amazing. It's a special place for local residents and people out of the area to enjoy, free of charge. The memories will last forever 🙂

Grand Haven Lighthouse

This shot is amazing. I love the way the waves are being highlighted behind the sun. It was definitely very windy and the waves were intense.

Fiery Skies

Sunsets like this are my favorite. The low lying clouds are highlighted and look like they are on fire once the sun sets below the horizon.

After the Rain

It was cloudy and rainy all day, but for some reason I knew there was going to be a nice sunset. I went down to the beach, waited for 45 minutes for the rain to stop and out came the sun 🙂

Wild is the Wind

These catamarans sitting inside the Muskegon breakwater always make an interesting foreground for a nice sunset photo.

After the Storm

I always head down to the beach whenever there's a storm. You just never know when the sun will pop out and greet you with tons of colors. These are the best kinda of sunsets 🙂

Stormy Shoreline 2

Dramatic skies like these are my favorite. Combined with a nice sunset make them even better. This photo was taken on August 19th, 2016 at Pere Marquette Beach in Muskegon, Michigan.

The Lake Express Ferry

The Lake Express leaving the Muskegon Channel. The Lake Express is a seasonal ferry that goes across Lake Michigan between Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Muskegon, Michigan in two and a half hours.

Snow on the Rocks

This was taken last winter and I can still feel the cold wind on my face. It was freeezing outside but I jumped out of the truck and took a few photos before running back to get warm. Sometimes I'm not always dressed properly but I always try to make the best out of it 🙂

Sunset Backlight

I hopped around on the rocks to place the sun perfectly behind the lighthouse and created this unique perspective with perfect lighting. The seagull happened to fly by at the right time too 🙂

American Mariner

The American Mariner coming into the Muskegon Channel during sunset. This freighter is 730 feet long and 78 feet wide, with a carrying capacity of 37,300 Gross Tons of limestone, grain, coal or iron ore.

Sunset Starburst

I love the way the sun starburst highlights the ripples in the calm waters of the Muskegon breakwater. This photo was taken at Pere Marquette Beach in Muskegon, Michigan.

Muskegon Meteor Shower with Star Trails

Jenna and I went down to the end up the pier to capture the meteor shower. We were able to get a few over the course of an hour but not as many as they predicted. That long horizontal light is from a boat coming in the channel 🙂