an athlete photographer's blog

Good Morning and Good Night

Good Morning and Good Night

I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble.  — Helen Keller


The Run
5.00 miles

The Picture

Good Morning CowsThe Recap

They say a picture is worth a thousand words…well, today I don’t have a thousand words to say or much time to say them.  So I hope you accept in place of words a bunch of pictures.

These are sunrise and sunset pictures from the weekend.  These first three are from my run on Sunday morning after some pre-dawn rainstorms had pushed through.  I chose the cows for The Picture because I like the composition.  The fence line leads your eyes to see the cows moving out to pasture in the background.  The last four are from Saturday evening.  I drove over to the lake just before sunset so I could snap some pictures.  It was windy and the lake was quite choppy.

After the Storm

Morning Clouds

Goodnight Waves Goodnight Sun A Picture Runner's Rock Goodnight Gate

Thank you for looking at my pictures.  Which one was your favorite?

signature_cursive

 

Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterShare on Google+Pin on PinterestShare on RedditShare on StumbleUponEmail this to someone


5 thoughts on “Good Morning and Good Night”

  • Hey babe, I think I like the fence picture best of all. Like you said, it draws your eyes along the fence line to the “back” of the picture. And the quote was pretty cool too.

    • Oh yes I loved that quote! I felt like it was fitting for how I’ve been feeling these days. And I’m surprised to hear you say you like the fence one best. But that is why I always ask because I know other people have different tastes than me and I’m always curious.

  • Dear Alexia
    I like the cloud shots — that endless possibility bigger than life and breath stealing Kansas sky. What a gift to live in Milford.
    love,
    Mom

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


%d bloggers like this: