Monday, December 7, 2009

Behind our house is a secret treasure of great beauty.  The secret gets out when the fog rolls in, or the snow covers every branch and twig, or a wonderful light suffuses the woods.   It's almost embarassing to relate how easy it is to throw open a window and point the camera where the eye rests, or carry the camera out on the deck with not much more than a robe and slippers to confront the weather.   As it says over on the right, it just isn't necessary to travel very far to find film worthy subjects...they're in our own backyard.








 

3 comments:

Gail, said...

You know, I was looking for the "Like" button,hehehe :O) Beautiful, John.

John Voss said...

Thanks, Gail. As I recall, your new neighborhood has some wonderful stuff to view, mull over, compose, and photograph. I may haunt your area. Yikes!!!

dvoss said...

In Candide( Voltaire) the moral was, "Cultivate your own garden."