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Sunday, August 31, 2008

Geese in flight

One day while at the Roslyn (Episcopal retreat center in Richmond), I decided to venture down near the canal to photograph the geese. Clumsy me, I spooked them, but got a few snaps in flight that I thought were kind of cool.

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Deep Run — A different wavelength

Infrared photography captures light from a wavelength outside the normal viewing range. Green leaves often appear white. Blue skies look dark.

God sees all wavelengths of light both hidden and invisible. It makes me wonder what we will see in heaven when we get our glorified bodies... and eyes!

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

A few more from LGBG

A few from Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

I borrowed a great camera and lens from a friend at work, and got some images of these happy flowers :)

Monday, August 25, 2008

After the storm

Check out God's palette of colors on these storm clouds. Beautiful! This photo was taken right out my front door, looking toward my neighbor's house.

Purple clouds

The other night I was walking near sunset, and began to see some beautiful pinks and purples in the clouds. I ran back and popped on my wide-angle lens and snapped just a few pics before all the color was gone. It was truly beautiful! Another example of the Master's creative hand.

Flash of lightning

I snapped this pic from the balcony of our hotel, while staying at the beach. A storm came through just after sunset, and began pelting the ocean with dozens of lightning strikes.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Sunrise VirginiaBeach

I caught this beautiful sunrise on a recent visit to Virginia Beach. God is a magnificent Master painter!

My two sweethearts

Infrared Sunflower

A local farm off Courthouse Road offers sunflowers at $1 for 3.
Always thinking of how something God created might look in infrared, I grabbed my Nikon and snapped a few pics out on my back porch. I think there is some unique beauty infrared brings to something as simple as this scene.