A few words


I thought about writing a page or two, but sometimes, a view and just a few words can be enough to change the game.  A few years ago I rediscovered a passion for collecting images that matter to me.   

I love the water and I’m addicted to both sunrise and sunset views.  I not only find them soothing, they allow me to observe God’s wonder and nothing does that like the glimpse of something gorgeous.  I’m not an aspiring photographer, I don’t have professional-grade gear, but I know beautiful when I see it and I make it my business to collect it when possible.

I shot this picture at the end of a long day during a very challenging week.  I felt underwater that day, but not after I saw that view.  While the clouds chased everyone else away, they gave me and my camera a front row seat for the show.  Nothing sets up just how awesome the sun really is like a few clouds – they make the perfect contrast.  

I thought it would be a good idea to round out this note with a couple of sunrise shots from Jacksonville Beach, Florida.  I trust you enjoy the view as much as I do.  I hope it gives you a sense of calm and helps you to realize that everyday has fresh opportunities and that the clouds never have the final word. 

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Have a terrific day,

Greg

 

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3 Responses to A few words

  1. Ann Plotz says:

    Great is the Lord and most worthy of praise; His greatness no one can fathom.
    –Psalm 145:3

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