Making the Most of Your Environment #21

The Crazy Mountians

This photo of the 11,000 foot peaks of the Crazy Mountains northeast of Livingston Montana remind me how large our world is and that God is in control of his creation. From the wispy clouds high in the sky to the depth of the snow on the peaks below, God has his hand in every part of the world he created for us to enjoy.

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Making the Most of Your Environment #20

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It seams like it happens overnight, one day it’s brown and the next day everything is green. The same is true with wild flowers, all of a sudden the forest floor is filled with all different kinds and colors. God is so creative in placing each one in it own special place. 

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Making the Most of Your Environment #19

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I love making photographs in the rain. The water and low contrast add a richness to everything from summer grass and fall foliage and to these rocks along the shore of Lake Superior in northern Minnesota. God has created this world we live in with changing weather every day, take advantage of it all and get out and see how different the world looks in every environment God provides us.

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Making the Most of Your Environment #18

Making the Most of Your Environment #17

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I love mornings in the wilderness, the crisp air and the warmth of the sun as it breaks over the horizon. In this photo of the Rosebud Creek in Montana I chose a shutter speed fast enough to freeze most of the water while still leaving enough motion blur to give the viewer a sense of movement. The combination of the still and moving water helps convey the power of the creek. You better have something to hold onto if you plan on crossing this rapid creek. 

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