10 April 2006
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06 April 2006
Everyone seems to wonder what I do when I go out of town all the time. I will try, periodically, to shed some light on the subject. He he. Get it. Light. Photography. The study of light. Whatever.
This is my favorite shot from the Hawaii trip. In particular, I was shooting candids during an awards ceremony (an unusually rockus one by most people's standards). Honestly, it was a lucky shot to actually be in focus and have time smiling and have the stage in the background. I love it. It makes me happy.
I'm not really that into the full text posts but I subscribe to LDS GEMS and every so often one really hits me. And so, I shall share...
"The time has some for us to stand a little taller, to lift our eyes and stretch our minds to a greater comprehension and understanding of the grand millennial mission of this The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This is a season to be strong. It is a time to move forward without hesitation, knowing well the meaning, the breadth, and the importance of our mission. It is a time to do what is right regardless of the consequences that might follow. It is a time to be found keeping the commandments. It is a season to reach out with kindness and love to those in distress and to those who are wandering in darkness and pain. It is a time to be considerate and good, decent and courteous towards one another in all our relationships. In other words, to become more Christlike."
("This is the Work of the Master," Ensign, May 1995, 71)