Flight of the Bumblebee—pollinating peach blossoms
look closely at this photograph because there's more than meets the eye.
Lady faces a warm sunset at Bald Knob
She sat down right in front of me while I was taking a photo of the sunset but was gracious to continue sitting there for another two.
Water dam at Ward’s Grist & Saw Mill in Watauga County alongside the Watauga River
Banner Elk NC
Scott Griffin v.2
Pianist and Organist
Creative angles with reflections in black and white
Fort Mill SC
House of Trees
Sun setting over White River Junction
South Royalton VT
Walking with Fellowship in the Light
South Royalton VT
“But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus his Son cleanses us from all sin.”
—1 John 1:7 ESV
Fall Sunset at Foundry Bridge
A stunning fall sunset at Foundry Bridge in North Tunbridge, Vermont. The last visit was about five years and it was summer then. I found on Wikipedia that this is a historical landmark in Vermont and built in 1889 for $876 by the Vermont Construction Company of Saint Albans. The bridge is a single-span Warren pony truss, set on abutments of dry laid stone.
North Tunbridge VT
Details are important even the forgotten.
Poneto, Indiana—I prayed for a beautiful sunset for this day as I wanted it to end well.
Rolling Clouds Sunrise
I rose early at 3 a.m. and arrived at 6 a.m. with a short hike up to Rough Ridge Lookout on the Blue Ridge Parkway. I waited with my camera fixed to a tripod on a jutting rock in hopes of seeing a spectacular sunrise while the chilly mountain wind gently pushed against me. It was my first time seeing that many rolling clouds from my vantage point on a mountain trail.
Robeson County, Orrum NC
Tuesday Night Sunset
Tuesday had been long and busy. I left Waxhaw early morning at dawn and drove to Fort Mill, then to north Charlotte. Then stopped in South Carolina to take an hour nap before grocery shopping. Stopped for a haircut in Waxhaw and finished up more shopping before picking up supper and driving back through the heart of town. I started to see this sunset develop before I got to the drive-thru window and took a few pictures there and then stopped by the wide, open plain to shoot this moment of awe.
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