Day 3 *Drips New Image In The Box*

Day 3 or post 3, whichever tickles your fancy.

It’s no secret at all,

I love sunsets.

I can’t explain it but I’m going to try.

Anytime the sun starts to set, my attention is instantly drawn to it like a moth to a flame. The wide variety of colors and patterns are incredible to me. I find it so relaxing to watch the sun retreat behind the horizon, only to return in a short time.

Unfortunately I don’t see many sunrises because of the whole waking up early thing. But you can bet your sweet buns that I’ll be up for the sunset.

And if I am being honest with you, I prefer sunsets over sun rises.

Why you ask?

  • Warmer Colors
  • I am awake to see them
  • You never know what to expect

It’s simple, I like beautiful things and there is no better provider of beautiful things than mother nature herself.

I captured a beautiful fall sunset two years ago that I’d like to share.

I was standing on my asphalt shingle roof watching the sun escape behind the tree line. Even though I could not see the sun, it left remains of it’s beautiful colors and rays. Take a look.

Rooftop Sunset

This picture has a filter on it, but believe me when I say, this was one you wouldn’t want to miss it.

I only wish that I had a better, more open view from this rooftop. There is nothing I find more depressing than seeing a sunset that I can’t get a good picture of, let alone a decent view.

That’s gonna conclude day three’s post, get in contact with me and let’s talk.

Day 2 of blogging, gonna drop another pic in the box

Today I want to share a new picture that I’ve been thinking a lot about.Snow Bird

This picture was taken right before the blizzard of 2016.

I was out on my back deck with my camera when I noticed this little guy show up.

I instantly noticed him when he landed on the deck railing.

I thought “oh wow, how perfect” and I took a few pictures of him. This was by far the best shot.

It wasn’t until after I took this picture and viewed it on my laptop that it struck me, I have no idea if this bird made it through the storm. I know they are resilient fellas but still, two plus feet of snow with winds of 30+ are quite devastating (thanks for the stats) to such small creatures.

If he’s still out there flying around today, I would ask him one thing,

“Where the hell did you go during that storm”

I know that is impossible and most people would think i’m crazy for sharing that but I will wonder about it until the day I expire.