Silence from the Sky

Silence from the Sky

Sometimes photography will see elements in the sky that the human eye does not.

Sometimes reflections in the water see elements in the sky that photography does not.

Sometimes the moments of silence help us to reflect life more clearly

 

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Weathered

Shadows, Light & Line

Shadows, light & lines captures the eye from this weathered wall.

Believe it or not, this photo was made with the iPad Mini camera. Something that I always love to see is elements that create strong composition in the square format.

For example. how the morning sunlight through the trees casts a shadow onto the wall of this vintage garage in my neighborhood. Then how the vertical lines provided by the plants create an added touch of the grid pattern needed to complete this eye catching moment in time. 

I chose black and white for this art photograph because not only of the drama of the light, but also to concentrate on the elements of the subject. If you add color to this image I think it would be too distracting, as I try to give my images three-second-impact when you first view them. 

I can only imagine what this wall has seen since it was first built and, how, as in life, the beauty that comes with age.

 

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Growth in God’s Love 

Grow closer to God, who grows closer to us, through His incarnation: The doctrine that the Son of God was conceived in the womb of Mary and that Jesus is true God and true man.

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