Over the weekend, I did something I haven’t done in quite a while – I took photos. The river was calm – and the reflections in the water were perfect.
I just had to shoot photographs. Something interesting about the first photo? See the second piling? There is a blue sign? That is where the water was in 1996. I was out sandbagging when that happend. Gives some interesting perspective especially when I mention that the water levels are normal right now.
Treat people like mirrors & watch how you reflect in their eyes.
-Nnamdi G. Osuagwu
Love many, trust a few, but always paddle your own canoe.
To carry his load without resting, not to be bothered by heat or cold and always be content: these three things we can learn from a donkey
~ Indian Proverb
I loved the donkeys at the Christmas Tree farm. They were sweet and soft. I keep having to remind the family that there will be no donkeys added to our urban farm – even if they are the size of a great dane.
Nor will there be one of these:
No cows unless they are in our freezer – packaged in steaks, stew meat and other cuts.
Even Monday, I wished I had my camera.
It’s good to want to shoot again.