It isn’t what the picture is of, it is what it is about. {John Szarkowski}

April 28, 2013 § 2 Comments

I’m in no way a photographer, but I’ve been itching to get a good-quality camera to capture memories, ideas, and whatever else catches my eye. I bought one the other day, and finally snapped some shots this afternoon after a nice thunderstorm.
The quote I used as the title today is quite accurate, I think. These may be trivial images to you, but to me they represent the beginning of summer. (You read that right; I said summer. I live in the South, y’all, it’s as humid as it can get right now, and rather warm! :P)

I’m not as quite as busy as I have been, so I will definitely work on posting more on both of my neglected blogs! 😛

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This is my Father’s world

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O let me ne’er forget

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that though the wrong

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seems oft so strong,

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God is the ruler yet.

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This is my Father’s world:

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why should my heart be sad?

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The Lord is King;

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let the heavens ring!

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God reigns;

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let the earth be glad!

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Right after this photo Mr. Lizard ate a bug. I’m sure it made him happy, but he still resembled the Grumpy Cat.

"Y u no let me out?"

“Y u no let me out?”

Poor Schultz. Life looks so big on the other side of the fence. I’d let him out, but I worry about the neighbor’s cats.

They would eat him alive. 😉

 

{HannahBeth}

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