Its incredible how life tends to intertwine and overlap itself!
At church tonight, we were going over perspective, and how just a simple shift can make all the difference in our lives and in our faith. Well, on the way home I decided to take a bit of a scenic route, being I had the cam with me. I had always seen these rocks stacked in the yard of a house down this particular way home, and Ive been telling myself I need to get out here to shoot them for the blog. I had driven by them many times in the past, and never noticed the wagon wheels that surrounded this rock garden until today. Continue reading
ISO200 18mm f/18 2.5sec
Mystical and fairy tale-ish. Thats how I felt when I was tromping through the water to get this shot.
Yet another fence hoping photographic adventure as I made my way into the local parks little ravine here. I loved how the light was just breaking through the trees as it settled its way down to the earth signaling the days end. The calm cozy characteristics of the prospering foliage around lent to a mystical feel, as if at any moment a fairy or leprechaun could come breaking into the scene.
As I dug my tripod into the muck below, the only sounds I could hear were that of the wind passing by the park above, and a single bull frog who was probably awaiting his princess amongst this magical stream.
I do wish I could have gotten the camera even lower, however at this point the tripod was maxed out at its minimum height and I was practically sitting in the water as I peered through the view finder. I love the star-bursts that f18 was able to provide, again adding to the explained feel of the scene.