“Photography reproduces an image from what God has made for all to see.”
Today is now the second week in a row to start off with crazy snow flurries. Last week as I drove home, I past this old pasture, a rundown plot of land that is nestled next to bustling suburbs.
I have passed this area far too many times over the past twenty years, never thinking twice about it.
That is until last week.
The scene was set up perfectly, fresh glistening snow, bone chilling air, and grayscale encapsulating the world. As I drove by I saw a lovely pair of horses, huddled next to each other.
I cursed myself for forgetting all of my cameras, and missing such an opportunity.
So today was a second chance, the snow was falling all around, the crackle of frozen ice underfoot and whistling wind edged me own ward.
Unfortunately the horses were being feed and holed up for a chilly nights slumber. So I missed my golden opportunity. A hard lesson to learn…
“The best camera is always the one you left at home.”