Photograph: Sharron R. McMillan
The prospect of being visible is very overwhelming.
I was suddenly and unexpectedly overwhelmed by the simple but artistic beauty of this shot. I can’t imagine that even if you are the most patient person in the world, this picture was a lucky shot. The perfect ring around its head, and the soft reflections on the water surface make me stop and really look at the whole picture. Of course I’m not lucky enough to live where you do. You probably do see things this beautiful everyday. Thank you yet again for hernibs.
Thank you, Marylou. It was indeed a lucky shot. I still take pictures as though using an old fashioned camera. I don’t look at the results until after they are unloaded off the camera onto the computer so most of my shots are lucky ones. Not to mention the many that get deleted in the process. 😉 We are so lucky to live where we live, surrounded by beauty. We just have to remember to stop and see it and appreciate it.
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