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Ludington State Park: Queen of the North

by Todd Reed

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0615191754, Hardcover)

The "Ludington State Park: Queen of the North" book features well over 100 stunning photographs. Ludington State Park encompasses more than 5,000 acres of land bordered by Lake Michigan and Hamlin Lake and Todd and Brad Reed show the great diversity of the entire area. Big Point Sable Lighthouse, the Sable River, Sable River Outlet, Hamlin Lake, Hamlin Lake Dam, Nordhouse Dunes, Lake Michigan shoreline, all of the hiking trails, and many more remote areas of the Ludington State Park are beautifully displayed in the book.

The wonderfully diverse wildlife that lives in the Ludington State Park are also featured in the book. Bald eagles, otters, wood ducks, mink, fox, deer, owls, song-birds, herons, and salmon are just a few of the stars of the book.

Todd and Brad Reed are well known for capturing what is commonly known as "Magic Light". The father-son photography team have a knack for taking ordinary objects or scenes and making them look extraordinary by waiting for the rare and fleeting magic light. The book "Ludington State Park: Queen of the North" features all four seasons of the park as it is bathed in magic light.

"Ludington State Park: Queen of the North" will be a treasured gift for anyone who has ever been to the Ludington State Park. The book is also a way to show those who have not yet visited the park the extraordinary natural beauty that awaits them.

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