Funny but true…This image was used by the Georgia Mountains Regional Commission as the cover art for the organizations year end statement.
I was in a field of sunflowers, the sun was just about to drop below the tree line and was casting a great light through the late afternoon mist often seen in the North Georgia Mountains. Yet I had one issue, I was without a camera. I was dying, but wait, what is this??? My new iPhone was present. This lovely devise, picked up just days earlier, became a momentary solution to a pressing problem. Though it would have been nice to have my Nikon and gear, this moment indelibly bonded the Apple devise and myself. (Smiling) It was my first shot with the phone and certainly the most memorable. A friend submitted it to an organization and it was used as cover art for their year end statement.
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John, why is this not on a photo card?! It’s beautiful! God has satisfied your hunger, and we get to partake, as well.
That is a good question. I would have to go deep sea diving into a pile of images to find it….
Taking a second look . . . you know how you can see a portrait / image / landscape, etc. and have one ‘view’ of it; then go back to the same, days, months later and see it differently?
Today, I see all the sunflowers standing in reverence to the Hallelujah Chorus in response to the great Light.
Nothing short of majestic!
(Thankful for your iPhone!)
It was similar to my post about the rainbow. The Lord was hanging out in nature and smiling. Thank you for seeing it Pauline! Was truly pleased to have my then 1st generation iPhone. Love you!