Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Where does life begin?

Morning reflections on Willow Creek, Sierra National Forest, California 2009

Morning reflections on Willow Creek,
Sierra National Forest, California 2009

0.3 sec at f/22, focal length: 159mm, ISO 400, Aperture Priority
- May 31, 2009 8:28am PDT. Photographed with Canon EOS 5D Mark II, EF 70-200mm f/4L, Tripod Mounted

I've read recently (sorry don't remember where) that life doesn't begin until you step out of your comfort zone. I don't know what that has to do with this image but I like it and I like this image too.

I have loads of topics brewing in my head to write about here, but the time to collect them into intelligent, sensible, cohesive thoughts is not presenting itself. So for now, I'd like to invite everyone to post a comment with a link. Could be a link back to your blog, inspiration, interesting quotes, useful gear, any thing really, just remember this site is for all ages.


  1. Thank you for continuously giving me something with which to jar my attempts at creativity. I don't expect that what I have posted on my blog will do that much for you, but at least you might be able to see a part of what you do for me:
    Qixotic Imagery

  2. John,

    Great image! After the last three days of hiking and shooting, here's a link to my new favorite piece of gear.

    And here are two shameless plugs:

  3. Thought you would like to have this available to read and share:

  4. It's a beautiful image, of course I'm a "water person" and I'm very drawn to slow shutter images of moving water.

    Here's a post from my blog:

    That has some life creating potential. There are millions of plants being brought to life in this shot, and I'm sure other imnumerable critters. It has both a man made and a wild feel to me.

    Nice post of yours Bob.

  5. Jeff,

    Your blog is always a good read. Thanks for sharing the link here.


    I need to get involved with that blog, it's going to be good.


    Thanks for the link, it's amazing! I hope that everyone reading this clicks through.

    Since Blogger doesn't automatically convert url's to links I've gone a head and done it for your guys' links. Hopefully that'll help drive some traffic.

    Jeff's Links:

    Bo's Link:

    Bob's Link: