In a world where all of our material goods are disposable, replaceable, and valued in dollars, the brilliant surrender of the world to winter - a transformation of color whose beauty exceeds any practical purpose - is a valuable gift that tells us a lot about the Creator, His delights, and His nature. [Click title to read more.]
Photographing birds (or at least trying) teaches me a lot about my Christian walk. [Click title to read more.]
As Christians, as humans, we tend to view some parts of ourselves as "fixed" and unchangeable regardless of the work that God has done in our lives. [Click title to read more.]
Being behind a camera forces you to look at people differently. And it is a good practice for Christians to cultivate. [Click title to read more.]
I am a "head person." By that, I mean I'm always thinking or daydreaming or pondering or analyzing or wondering. It's just how I am, but by virtue of being that way I'm not always present in the moment or focused on what's happening around me. Taking photographs, however, forces me out of my head and into the moment.