Ok, so it's not the most exciting shot, and I certainly didn't catch the drama of the sky, but bare with me here.
Sometimes life can be really tough. I think we all probably know that by now, at least if you've lived longer than a decade or two.
Earlier today I read a bit from Psalm 18. What an incredible depiction of God. I encourage you to read it. And while the struggle remains at times, knowing that as a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ, I have an incredible and awesome and perfectly holy God Who loves me and is for me. And while I don't expect Him to literally come flying out of this storm on a cherub, knowing that He is faithful to David, and all believers throughout the ages is a comfort. I hope it is for you as well.
(I realize I had a draft of a blog post I never posted from back in May! So I saw it and figured I'd share.)
Skies are wonderful. I always love a good sunset, though I have to admit I sometimes feel guilty when there's a beautiful sky and I'm at home instead of in some dramatic location to match the sky. However I do sometimes try to photograph said sky even at home.
Being somewhat stuck at home does provide opportunities to try things. But I have to admit I didn't really take that opportunity. This is another sky photo, I did a 30 second exposure to try to blur the clouds to see how that would look. Experimenting can be fun though, and photography should be fun, right? So get out there and just try some things, who cares if it turns out or not, just try to learn.
Skies say a lot as well. Check out Psalm 19 to see some of what the skies say!
by: Jeremey Voit
Jeremey is a photographer based in the Mid-Atlantic U.S. He loves travel, nature, and experiencing and sharing the beauty of God's creation.