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N 37 B 4.8K C 31 E Mar 9, 2009 F Mar 15, 2009
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They lend me hoarded memory and I learn
Their thoughts of granite and their whims of fern,
And why a dream of forests must endure
Though every tree be slain: and how the pure,
Invisible beauty has a word so brief
A flower can say it or a shaken leaf,
But few may ever snare it in a song,
Though for the quest a life is not too long.
When the blue hills grow tender, when they pull
The twilight close with gesture beautiful,
And shadows are their garments, and the air
Deepens, and the wild veery is at prayer, --
Their arms are strong around me; and I know
That somehow I shall follow when you go
To the still land beyond the evening star,
Where everlasting hills and valleys are:
And silence may not hurt us any more,
And terror shall be past, and grief, and war... no more.

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N 12 B 4.5K C 16 E Apr 10, 2009 F Apr 11, 2009
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Don't think about all those things you fear.
Just be glad to be here.


this is the shot i almost lost.
it was a Good Friday morning. We were out early to take some sunrise photos at the tree of life when we passed by this area. i asked Jayson to stop over and take a few shots with me. We were enjoying the beautiful morning with the chirping birds and cool mood of the greenery when out of the blue, a police patrol vehicle called our attention and told us to go inside thier car. i knew right there and then that we were shooting in a restricted area and they took us to the police station for questioning. it was the first time i've ever been actually apprehended for taking pictures. i was more worried about losing my equipments than being in jail.
So after so many questions about what we do and where we live and work, we finally convinced them that we are just plain enthusiasts and still learning so much about photography. we had to delete all of our shots in front of them and felt relieved after leaving the officers.
it was a beautiful morning indeed.

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N 20 B 11.4K C 28 E Nov 21, 2008 F Nov 21, 2008
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through the stars, of the skies, through the sea...
i'll stand beside you...
for all eternity...

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N 13 B 5.5K C 19 E Jan 30, 2009 F Jan 31, 2009
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A moment caught in time with you,
One of just a precious few.
Across the sea, the setting sun -
Slipping unto oblivion.

Coming to us in gold array,
Atop the waves reflection rolled away.
Across the horizon in grand display,
We watched it softly sink to yesterday.

You were an angel in my eyes,
Fallen to me from the skies.
Looking in your eyes, lost in the gleam,
I felt like a man touching a dream.

You fulfilled every desire and need,
With a touch that made my soul bleed.
Oh, how I loved holding you close to me,
But to hold your love I had to set you free.

Still each day the sun sets 'fore my eyes,
In brilliant colors, painting the skies.
But it never quite holds the same flare -
Only an old photograph could share.

A memory I hold close to my heart,
Where you'll always hold the biggest part.
Even as the same sun rolls in tomorrow,
And I find my life's been lost in sorrow.

I won't forget the love you shared with me,
Or the face I may never again see.
Caught in a moment life and love enseam,
I was a man touching a dream.

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N 49 B 7.3K C 31 E Mar 13, 2009 F Mar 14, 2009
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