Originally posted on Karl Lindsay Nature Photography:
Some of you may have noticed that I added a sticky post to the top of my home page that showcases the thumbnails of the five most ‘liked’ images I’ve posted. I am going to try to update it each day when I check the blog in the morning if necessary. I’d love to use a widget to show popular posts, but I don’t want to use a sidebar and the footer is too far to scroll… Do you think this is a good idea?
After viewing the sunrise and the way it lit up the cliffs at Dead Horse Point, we drove on to our original destination in Canyonlands National Park — Mesa Arch. Since the sunrise was over, we got this place to ourselves which was nice. It meant we could move around more freely for various compositions. As you can see in the image above, the sun…
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Just came home from the Iris van Herpen Exposition. Thanks to a friend of mine, I could be a part of the opening and enjoy all of the work this amazing designer had for us. Tomorrow more about that, inclusive the pictures.
But while I was on my way home I remembered I hadn’t shared my Fave picture this week. So here it is. I love this picture because of the two layers and it definitely inspires me for my next shoot.
Have a nice weekend!
Originally posted on Ryeder's Weblog:
Sunsets, mountains, solitude, a comfortable old rocking chair and a unique companionship.
The old man sat quietly on the steps of his small hand-built log cabin overlooking the vastness of a high mountain meadow. His realization that his days were numbered rested quietly on his mind as he contemplated the many years he had lived a good life. He counted his good friends, good family and the many fine memories he owned and genuinely knew he had prospered where many others had not. High in these remote mountains he had lived since he found himself alone. He now relished the seclusion away from busy and overwhelming noise of civilization. The peace and quietness had helped sooth the loss in his life and rendered a spirituality that created a connection with the natural world. Here he was home at last.
As he sat quietly thinking of those times he had…
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Originally posted on Debbi Robertson Photography's...:
…to get a fire going!
It’s amazing how our embers can become dull and just barely burning with monotony – this is true with many facets of our lives…work, home, fun, foods, friends and yes, even the Lord.
Then one little spark lights the warm wood and before you know it, the flame is burning brighter than ever.
I feel that is what is going on with me lately. One little spark. Then another. And my fuel is ignited and burning bright. I have a feeling this is just the kindling that is burning now.
God is doing something wonderful and I’m excited to see how it goes and grows. A couple of projects, from a couple of different sources, have come my way lately and as they progress, I’ll share with you…my faithful friends.
More to come.
In the meantime, I went digging through my catalogs today and found…
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Originally posted on Random Acts of Photography:
We are actually at the end of our rainy season, so this photo comes to you from January 2012.
This was the rainiest winter in 7 years and added nearly 2 meters to the level of the Sea of Galilee since the end of December. Watching the water level of Lake Kinneret has become something of a national pastime. (now with soundscape)