It is the end of November, Thanksgiving days away, Christmas follows that, then we get to jump into the new year. By the looks of things,the news and such, the new year will bring all sorts of changes in all sorts of things. I’m old enough now that I’m not so sure I want all of the changes all of the time. It’s getting harder to keep up with all of the new stuff they present us with. A large portion of which we have no choice in the matter. Some things don’t change. The outside is still – – – well – – – outside. God doesn’t change, “Jesus is still the same, yesterday, today, and forever” (Heb 13:8). So, we take photos to capture those moments that we see, that we want to remember, because they brought a moment into our minds and hearts. It may be a family member or moment. It may be a rainbow or clouds. Or an animal or bird that we don’t often see in our daily life. Like the coyote image I captured a few weeks ago. Sure, I’ve seen coyotes off and on. I even saw one wandering down the street by my daughters apartment, in the city! But its still great to catch a photo of one in his home. To see the challenges a photographer can face, check out this video. It is about 7 min long.
Anyway, take the photos. That’s why they make so many cameras. Help us all capture what is in your heart and mind. After all, it is fun to do. This series has a lot of fog. I like the fog. It’s fun to take the photos in these conditions. You do usually have to be ready early, but it’sa great start to the day. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.