I took a walk down to the river with my camera.
At first, I saw only the river.
But slowly, I began to notice the smaller details: The leaves floating in the river, the smell of the damp earth, the sound of the birds.
With the help of my camera, I could change my focus as well. The grasses at the river’s edge became a work of art when the leaves and water behind them blurred through my lens.
Before heading back up to the camp, I captured a few images.
A visit to the fall with friends… Time to catch up, explore, and enjoy the scenery on a gorgeous fall day.
And, time to catch a few shots of the rushing water (with one eye always on the kids so they didn’t get too close!).
We are so lucky to be surrounded by so many beautiful places.
To me, a masterpiece can be something created by people, or it can be something natural. We do not have to look far to find masterpieces in nature. This spring stream, with its reflective water and array of colours, is one.