Welcome to Day 9 of 31 Days of Real Life, the one in which I unload all the photos from the first weekend’s events. On October 1 my 16- and 10-year-old sons and I attended our homeschool group’s annual mother/son outing at a 4H campground in the north Georgia mountains; on October 2 my husband and I joined Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk in Dahlonega, GA.
Although I’ve enjoyed sharing real life mostly in words these 9 days, it’s in the images that the story lives and breathes for me. Just now my 6-year-old daughter said to me, “Moms see God every day,” and I replied, “Do you know where I see God? In you.”
I see Him—feel Him—in every image here: in people and in nature; in the colors and in the absence of color (where I more clearly see the form); in lines and in symmetry; in life, in joy, in art, in stillness, and in motion.
Mother/Son Outing 2011
Scott Kelby’s Worldwide Photo Walk 2011, Dahlonega, GA
Notice my new number photo project? (and did you see me in one picture?)