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Spring sunset through the wild grass

Out for a walk after an long day. Just before we were listening to a member of our church play guitar at a local coffee-house. For some reason, a lone guitar playing often gets me to slow down and let life sink in and that’s not always a good thing.  Life isn’t where I or how I envisions it and in my early 60s – there’s not much room left.  I needed the walk to clear my mind. I managed to keep looking around at the “now” and found this shot of the setting sun through the spring grass.

Quote of the day: “Change begins from the moment you muster the courage to act. When you change, the environment will change.” – Daisaku Ikeda

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Autumn view of Falling Water

This shot always makes me smile. It was our first road trip at the end of the Covid times. We decided to take a long weekend across our state to the famous Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home. We could not go in due to Covid but we got to see it with the autumn colors. It was a great trip which I’d like to repeat.

Joe Bennett

Just a guy with interests in photography, karate, and (sigh) work. I post one of my photos and a quote every day. I like to make a beautiful dent in the the negativity of social media. The photos are mine, so please don't reuse without permission. I hope you enjoy!

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