Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Capturing Everyday Miracles Photo Challenge

Hey, it's Lisa again. Two posts in a row, how about that! =) It's important to have your camera ready to capture those everyday miracles that come your way. We recently went camping near Pt. Reyes National Seashore. Our campground was a few miles inland where it was warm and sunny. This area of the coast is notorious for being foggy, cold and super windy even when the weather is fabulous just a few miles away. We weren't sure what we'd find when we actually went out to the beach (freezing cold, whining kids?) Well, it turned out to be wonderful. It was overcast, but there wasn't a bit of wind and the temperature was perfect. The kids all had a blast getting wet, sandy and chasing seagulls and other unsuspecting critters. My son Greg found a big crab which was VERY exciting for everyone. (Probably not so much for the crab.) We were very thankful for our nice outing into a beautiful natural spot.




Are you capturing everyday miracles in your photography? We'd love to see what you've been taking pictures of! Link your photos up here and let us take a look.


3 comments:

Nicole Brenna said...

Thank you for sharing Lisa...

Sherri said...

Linked up a photo of my youngest two at the splash park a couple of weeks ago. Love how serene they look behind the spray of fountain captured perfectly for the split second. It's a small miracle what we're able to capture with a box and lens these days.

Elizabeth said...

I love your photos, they are amazing!!!
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