Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life…….
Look at the birds. They don’t plant or harvest or store food in barns, for your heavenly Father feeds them. And aren’t you far more valuable to him than they are? Matthew 6:26
Thank you for the egg.
Thank you for stopping to say hello.
Samantha was covered in glittering dusty dirt! Have you ever seen a cat roll around in dry dirt puddles? It’s very cute. I watched her walk in the sunshine after a nice roll-around, she was twinkling and sparkling proudly….nothing like a good dust bath.
Today is a very important day. Today I figured out how to shoot sun stars!!!!!
I really like listening to podcasts while I’m walking. (I walk daily) And one of the ones I listen to is about hobby landscape photography. The hosts were chatting about sunstars the other day and I was like, “wow, that’s a thing!” and looked up more information online. It seemed rather straight forward and although the effect is much better during *the golden hours*, I was way too impatient to wait until then.
I put the f-stop to 18 and partially blocked the sun behind a tree and held my breathe.
I know all you professional photographers out there are laughing but this was such fun.
Eventually, I was seeing stars myself! Rather blinded by the sun, you see.
This one was ridiculous. I decided to look for other things to “shoot”. Like this old rose:
And this squirrel:
running away from me like I was something out of his nightmares. SO insulting.
It has an acorn in his mouth. I do so like to crunch acorns under my feet as I walk, so satisfying.
I carried two home in my pocket, along with a pinecone. I’m giving them to Joanna when I see her on SATURDAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Life is just way too exciting.
Take no thought for the morrow, for the time to come. Be not anxious for the future, how you shall live next year, or when you are old, or what you shall leave behind you. As we must not boast of tomorrow, so we must not care for to-morrow, or the events of it. God has given us life, and has given us the body. And what can he not do for us, who did that? Matthew Henry