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Behold thou instructed many and thou has hast strengthened the weak hands. The words have upheld thee that was falling.. and thou hast strengthened the feeble knees...Job 4:3-4
Frost covered trees
After a cold freeze
Does look nice
Upon a winters image
With snow and ice
Except when you fall,
To receive the damage!
For favors big and small,
I didn't take my camera
Carrying sunflower seeds
To feed the wild birds;
Waiting in the trees...
Who all heard my words
When I screamed in alarm,
"Oh no...I sprained my arm!!!"
Poetry By me, AJP
Yes, Indeed I started my morning out wrong today...but oddly didn't drop one sunflower seed as I fell on ice and the cup didn't fall out of my right hand...I took most of the brunt of the fall on my left arm..
This afternoon I can't even hold my camera without pain in my left wrist...so am showing a picture that I shot yesterday of the ice storm in our yard and I am thankful I stayed on my feet to shoot it..
Winter is definitely not for sissies. instead it keeps us strong!
Camera Model Nikon D 7000
Focal length 18mm
Exposure Time 1/100 sec.
ISO Speed ISO 125
Exposure Program ..Manual
Also by Andrea Petersen
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