Images of small things from the biggest county in Texas #550 – Time on your hands, time for prayer

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I had no idea as to what this image was going to be when I started to craft it. It didn’t take too long, but I was wasting a lot of time with using my hands. Makes it easier, I don’t have to talk or ask someone for help.  I was setting the self-timer (ah great word for another post) then racing against time framing my hands to get them in focus and before my self timer ran out of time.  I kept missing getting it all together by a tick or two. Just a little off, a little off center, a little off angle.

My wife walked in and I desperately asked her asked for help. Why we men are so reluctant to ask for help or directions. We are always determined to screw things up, waste more time and remain lost, by fault of our own, thank you very much.

I asked her if she would trip my camera for me. It then all fell quickly into place by just by making that one little plea, HELP.

I found way too many time quotes that I wanted to share so you will just have to ask google for help. But three jumped out:

“Time is an equal opportunity employer.  Each human being has exactly the same number of hours and minutes every day.  Rich people can’t buy more hours.  Scientists can’t invent new minutes.  And you can’t save time to spend it on another day.  Even so, time is amazingly fair and forgiving.  No matter how much time you’ve wasted in the past, you still have an entire tomorrow. ” ~Denis Waitely

“Old Time, that greatest and longest established spinner of all!…. his factory is a secret place, his work is noiseless, and his hands are mutes.”  ~Charles Dickens

And my favorite,

When told the reason for Daylight Saving time the old Indian said, “Only a white man would believe that you could cut a foot off the top of a blanket and sew it to the bottom of a blanket and have a longer blanket.”  ~Author Unknown

enjoy your time, tick tock! ††† en theos ††† jimwork

Photo of Da day @ Da Pine #268

Photo of Da day @ Da Pine #268.

I love the mystery of looking at an image and trying to figure out if it is a sunrise, or a sunset. Is it the start of a day or the end of a day. Because it can get complicated. If you are nocturnal and it’s a sunrise it is the end of your “day’, where as if you are diurnal and it’s a sunrise, it is time to start your your “day” !

There there is a third group, those that are active in the twilight: they are known as crepuscular. I think most of us photographers are of this group. The thought of just wandering around during dawn and dusk of God’s golden light hours would seem a very nice place to be.

Find yourself in God’s golden hour, no matter what time the clock reads on your journey†††nada te turbe††††††††††††jim

Photo of Da day @ Da Pine #268

I love the mystery of looking at an image and trying to figure out if it is a sunrise, or a sunset. Is it the start of a day or the end of a day. Because it can get complicated. If you are nocturnal and it’s a sunrise it is the end of your “day’, where as if you are diurnal and it’s a sunrise, it is time to start your “day” !

There there is a third group, those that are active in the twilight: they are known as crepuscular. I think most of us photographers are of this group. The thought of just wandering around during dawn and dusk of God’s golden light hours would seem a very nice place to be.

Find yourself in God’s golden hour, no matter what time the clock reads on your journey†††nada te turbe††††††††††††jim