It's been a while since I did one of these so I want to first, say sorry for the sabbatical. I've had a few things change in my life recently, mainly that my Father died on January 10th. It wasn't unexpected, but still had a pretty major effect on me that has given me some new perspective on life, and photography. I now know that I have to work harder on seeing the beauty around me rather than just passing through it without noticing. With that I will let the pictures do the talking.
This photo is sunrise from the morning my father passed away. It looks like the gates of heaven were being opened for him.
It's amazing the beauty of the hoar frost in the fog from western Minnesota.
Bluejays are some of my favorite birds.
Since Photography means painting with light, it's appropriate that our education night recently at FMCC was light painting. Long exposures and low light with a light source made for some interesting photos.
I hope you enjoy the time you have with your camera and make it the best it can be. Remember to print your photos. At Dad's funeral and wake, we had many pictures of him that brought back amazing memories. It's these photos that started many conversations about his life and brought back many good times remembered.
With that hug your families and take lots of pictures.
President Fargo Moorhead Camera Club.
Son of Micheal George Court
June 5th 1939 to January 10th 2020.