Great Shot: Snow can be pretty. In pictures.

  Kevin Raymond proves that at least sometimes, snow can be pretty. At least in pictures. He took this shot near Kingsbury this week. If you have a Great Shot to share, email ... Continue Reading →

Ms. Mishigami was mad Monday

Being the intelligent person that he is, WNLP’s Bob Wellinski decided to go hang out near 15-foot waves Monday. He got these photos of an angry-looking Lake Michigan (Mishigami ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: And it smells great out there, too

  ‘Tis the season for Corey Goers and many others to head to Dudeck’s Christmas tree farm on CR-300E in Rolling Prairie. The farm “officially opened on the Friday ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: skies – and spring?

  Please send us your Great Shots! Email them as .jpg attachments to Don’t forget the photographer’s name and a bit of information about ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: It had to happen sometime

WNLP’s Bob Wellinski took these shots of the first real snow of the season Tuesday. As he said, “Well, we knew it was coming sooner or later.” Somehow he manages to ... Continue Reading →

Moments in Time … in photographs

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Great Shots: You talkin’ to ME?

WNLP’s Mike Kellems says: “This little charmer, a red-bellied woodpecker, has been pestering me for five days. Last Wednesday I snapped these pics as he pecked at my kitchen ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: Leaves are beautiful if you don’t have to rake ’em

Corey Goers proves that those autumn leaves are beautiful if there’s no raking involved. He took these shots at Warren Woods State Park near Three Oaks, Mich.: Continue Reading →

Great Shot: dramatic autumn clouds

One of autumn’s delightful deliveries is an abundance of spectacular clouds. Here’s a sunset painted with some of those clouds, photographed by Corey Goers near the La ... Continue Reading →

Great Shots: Look, off in the distance …

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