We were challenged at church Sunday to take a walk and look for closeness to God. So here is my favorite spot to do just that. If you have read posts over the the last 9 months or so you have seen this vantage point before. The view above is the Little Magothy River at our community pier. While I don’t often walk here, I do stop by quite a bit to shoot a few photos and reflect on the day ahead or the one just past.
The photo itself was taken way back in January 2008, about a month after I received the Canon G9. I remember the afternoon well. It was cold and I didn’t really have a clue how to dial in my camera. So this was shot in “auto” mode. Despite that the photo turned out quite well and I am glad I found it again for the blog today.
For some reason I am really digging Black and White and Sepia renders of my color photos. Not really sure where that will lead or how long I’ll feel that way. But I hope you enjoy in the meantime.
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