shadow and light

April 20, 2021

picture of the day

in the shadows
taken July 26, 2020
f-stop: f/9; exposure time: 1/1600sec; ISO 3200
focal length 18mm
CANON EOS Rebel T6
edited in PhotoShop
available at Picfair

“The real things haven’t changed.
It is still best to be honest and truthful
to make the most of what we have
to be happy with simple pleasures
and have courage when things go wrong”

~ Laura Ingalls Wilder

I finally got my USB to USB chord that I ordered! So I can start transferring photos directly, instead of going through the external hard drive. I found that I transferred photos from over a year ago – or more. Which is really no big deal, but I had to go through and search for my new stuff. So, I can finally start moving forward again!

Almost forgot… I think I saw a bear cub this morning! I had walked outside to get some pics with my cell phone, when I noticed some movement out in the clearing behind my house. At first I thought it was a fox, then maybe a dog…I grabbed the camera with the zoom lens on it and snapped a picture. It didn’t come out real clear…when I get the photos off the camera in a little bit, I’ll show you. I did walk around a little, on the lookout for it, but it disappeared.

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This is kinda what it looked like… only I think it may have had mange
or was shedding its winter coat

hope you have a great day!
thanks for stopping by!!

When we feel free enough to expose our shadows, that’s when we become free.

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There is a plan and your soul knows what it is.

There is a plan and your soul knows it

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see the good in all things

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take care
stay safe
much love

5 Comments on “shadow and light

  1. If I’m not mistaken, I think I’ve only seen a bear in the wild once. I think it ran across the road on the Blue Ridge Parkway.

    • Good place to see a bear! This is the time of year when the cubs leave their momma. Last spring we had one come through and knock down two of my bird feeders, one if which I didn’t find until this past January or February. If it was a bear, I think it was still too young to have left mom, so she was around somewhere. It wasn’t much bigger than a full grown fox, which is why I thought it was a fox at first.

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