This walkway is rarely empty. There seems to always be either someone fishing or a bunch of birds on it. Although a fisherman at the end of it would have been nice.
I took this photo about a year ago and almost deleted it because I didn’t like the very bland sky. I decided to keep it because despite the background I liked it. When I saw this weeks challenge I immediately thought of this image. I don’t know if it qualifies as juxtaposition since they are both birds, but I see it as a juxtaposition between big and small. It just goes to show to not delete your old photos, you never know when you’ll be able to share them.
My two Godsons came up from Orlando today and they are only going to be here a few days. So I’m going to be quite busy with them for the next few days. And of course I didn’t waste any time snapping some pictures of them. One does have to record memories. The one on top is Gabe, and the one on the bottom is his big brother Julius. I love them both. Don’t worry… I won’t be boring you guys with a bunch of pictures, but I couldn’t pass up the chance.
I decided to take a drive over to the marina today. I saw this reflection and it intrigued me, so I snapped a photo of it. One of my goals this year in my photography is to get it right in camera. By in camera I don’t mean no post-production, I mean try to take a photo without having to crop it afterwards. In other words I want to keep all my Pixels…LOL.
“Look at the birds of the air, they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?” (Mathew 6:26 ESV)
I would have shown you what this pelican was eating, but it might gross some of you out. Trust me, God fed this bird very well.
In the beginning God…