On Sunday, I had taken a number of pictures to try to generate my first panoramic photo. I was not sure how well it would turn out, but was pretty excited with the results. All I can say is thank goodness for Photoshop!! 🙂
If you look closely, you will be able to see a couple of the pics from my original “December Reflections” Post in this one.
Let me know what you think!! 🙂
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Today out on the country side produced some amazing reflection shots on the small ponds. Here are a few of my favorites.
What I love about these challenges is how people interpret the theme. Ironically, I was sitting down at my computer getting ready to weed through my photos to find “something” to post. Out of the corner of eye, I saw the shadows of the three crosses on the wall. That was when I knew I had my post.
1. It’s good to stop and reflect on the significance of the cross, and the impact Christ has had in my life. It keeps me focused on that which is most important to me.
2. Hanging from the middle cross is my fathers dog tags from when he served in the military. When I see them, its a reminder to stop and reflect not only at how proud I am of my father for his time in service, but also for all the men and women who serve and sacrificed for the freedoms that I have today.