The Mid-Michigan Rail Bridge just east of the causeway.
This is a good destination for an short hike. Simply park at the Log Booming Circle and follow the tracks towards the river. It’s a lot of fun and a great place to shoot sunrise pix.
If you’re feeling adventurous, as you head back towards Cobb, take a left at the old gazebo. It’s the beginning of a long trail into the river delta. It’s a bit rough but very beautiful.
An inexpensive tripod adapter makes low light shots easy with a smartphone. These are all of the northern rail yard in Muskegon very early on September 22, 2015. As with nearly everything for the last six months, all were shot with an LG G4.
After so many weeks with single digit temperatures, a 32° morning can seem relatively toasty. That changes after a few long exposures, when the fingers get so numb that they can no longer open the camera shutter.
This Muskegon rail yard picture from last week was taken just before that chilly reality prompted a walk back home.
This is from the train yard just north of downtown Muskegon near Fisherman’s Landing.
The early December morning offered a good chance to mess around with an extended exposure of the cars, tracks, and the huge light that illuminates the whole area.
It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful morning than today’s in Muskegon.
These are from a trip from Fisherman’s Landing to the Bear Lake Channel.
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Muskegon Lake during a cloudy sunrise earlier this week.
It was a cold morning in Muskegon. Once the sun started to melt the frost at the river, the flora seemed even more beautiful than usual.
Muskegon Lake, April 18, 2012