I took this amazing picture of a butterfly at Marsh Creek State Park, but not with any camera I own.  I had serious telephoto-lens envy with this Canon.  The thing about getting a really great shot is sometimes you turn and it’s there.  Kind of like disasters, success, or money, or love.  Other times you wait.   In this case I waited.  And waited.  And waited, following this spastic, flitting beauty with the lens until it landed.  I only clicked off two pictures and this was the best.  Some things are worth the wait.  Most things. . .like success, money and love.  Especially love.

Friday, November 14, 2014

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Today I am grateful for old pictures.  I figured now that we’ve been plunged kicking and screaming into winter, we could all use a reminder that two days ago we were sweating.  Brrrrrrrrr!

 

 

 

I took this amazing picture of a butterfly at Marsh Creek State Park, but not with any camera I own.  I had serious telephoto-lens envy with this Canon.  The thing about getting a really great shot is sometimes you turn and it’s there.  Kind of like disasters, success, or money, or love.  Other times you wait.   In this case I waited.  And waited.  And waited, following this spastic, flitting beauty with the lens until it landed.  I only clicked off two pictures and this was the best.  Some things are worth the wait.  Most things. . .like success, money and love.  Especially love.

 

 

 

So today I am grateful for the old pictures my sister helped me get off of John’s computer and on to mine.  There will be more!  They’ll be worth it.  Wait for them. . .

 

 

 

So today I am grateful for the old pictures my sister helped me get off of John’s computer and on to mine.  There will be more!  They’ll be worth it.  Wait for them. . .