Whitesbog, New Jersey: Abstract Macro

This past Saturday, I was finally able to carve out a block of time to photograph. I woke up early to drive there for sunrise, but the clouds were too thick to see the sun coming up. I was surprisingly okay with that, since lately I have wanted to take some abstract macros. I found a nice little oak (?) tree covered in water droplets and began to shoot it. While repositioning to try a new angle, I looked back into my viewfinder and found the composition below. I was not even shooting the grasses there, so I’m considering this shot a gift from God (Well, all my shots are…but this one in particular). In the uninspired photographic “slump” I have been in the past few weeks, I needed a little Divine intervention.

Grass Abstract

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3 Responses to “Whitesbog, New Jersey: Abstract Macro”

  1. Mom says:

    I am praying for you to come out of your “slump”!
    I love your work and seeing your excitement!

  2. Brenda says:

    Nice to meet another Christian Nature/Wildlife Photographer! …and from New Jersey as well! I enjoyed reading your bogs, seeing how God has been inspiring you, seeing your virtual house photographs, and so on (oh, and yes, that night mirror shot is creepy!). Sincerely in Christ,
    Brenda Jones (my husband, Cliff says “hi” too!)

  3. Brenda says:

    …sorry for the typo, meant to say “blogs”.

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