I always enjoy looking through photos that I’ve taken in the past. I love being taken back to a time and place and seeing things differently than I did in that moment. Sometimes it’s interesting to see what I’ve learned since then.
In the age of digital cameras, we take so many photos, and being a pack-rat, I keep almost everything. And they can’t possibly all make it into blog posts. So I started a little file folder: “For Rainy Days” where I have put those little gems; the not-quite-perfect ones that still have something special about them.
On this warm spring evening, my husband and I took a walk through Mud Lake (which was actually quite muddy, in fact). I was taking some photos of sharpened tree stumps (cut down by the beavers) when I noticed little glimmers of light in the tree branches. Dozens of tiny spiderwebs were catching rainbows the sun’s last rays.
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