Go to the ant, thou sluggard; consider her ways, and be wise: Which having no guide, overseer, or ruler, Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest. How long wilt thou sleep, O sluggard? when wilt thou arise out of thy sleep?
Emptiness: When feeling nothing is better.
As I sit here waiting for the drugs to kick in, or my restless leg syndrome to settle down so I can rest before my last day of work there … Continue reading Crossroads pt 1
I’ve always loved doing macro photos. Wildlife in particular is difficult to photograph up close. It’s really exciting though being that close to any of God’s creatures. Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge
When I was growing up, being the center of attention was never a good thing. It meant I was in trouble, usually for something one of my siblings did. Being … Continue reading Blending In
There is something magical that happens when you take color out of a photo. Color photos are loud, and vibrant. They demand your attention by sheer sensory overload. A black … Continue reading Magic
We’ve all head the story of the two wolves living inside us; one is good, one is evil, and the one we feed will win. Have you ever thought about … Continue reading Wanderlust vs. Depression
A month or so ago I was on a trip through the Missouri Ozarks with family. I’ve been trying to get stamps in my Missouri Centennial Passport. While on our way … Continue reading Live Here And Now
Just a few random animal shots. The antelope was taken in Montana I think. I was riding with my brother-in-law who’s a truck driver. I captured it while we were … Continue reading Wildlife Abroad
Many times we associate an edge with a negative outcome; hair standing on end before a lightning strike or falling off the edge of a cliff. However, one might find … Continue reading Edge – WPC