Looking back over a year of photos is the thrill of the capture and the agony of delete. Each week, photos are culled, choices made and posted. Thinning the selection even more poses quite a challenge. I thought this year I’d chose an even 2 dozen. This year I decided to enter 3 photo exhibitions and stretch myself and my skill. Four ribbons graced my photos so my eye and craft is improving. But for these I put some of the technical aside and held on to some of my own emotion attachments and just chose my favorites.
Enjoy! Happy New Year! Wondering what we’ll be capturing together in a new year.
Grace in Style
Rocks Ice and Water
Cedar Falls, Hocking Hills State Park
Its a Daisy Life
He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the human heart; yet no one can fathom what God has done from beginning to end. Ecclesiastes 3:11 NIV
Two things are unusual here. I didn’t remember ever seeing a killdeer in the fall, nor do i ever remember seeing one by the water. They are the “Land Plover”. It may be more habits, mine and theirs. Anyway, they were quite entertaining.
Not quite Wordless Wednesday. After a couple of weeks of tender moments, the passing of memories and honoring my mother’s legacy; it was good to get back on the trail this evening. This golden hour shot seemed to capture the sentiment of these last few days. A September to remember.
Last Sunday i found a bloom in a warm spot that evaded the morning frost. a return trip a couple of days later found these buds nipped, fooled by a sun spot. Six months ago I found these spring wildflowers, something to look forward to six months from now.