Sometimes the image finds the quote while other times the quote finds the image, either way I’m happy when I can find words that expand on what I’m feeling when I photograph.
I remember the first time that I saw a halo and the geek in me rushed home to find out what created it.
That was the beginning of my occasional e-mail chats with Les Cowley of atoptics, a man very generous with his knowledge, and the start of my passion for studying ice crystals in the atmosphere.
These words today though, a semi transparent envelope, as it refers to life deeply resonate with me.
The 22 degree halo in this image appeared fleetingly as we drank from the waters where two glacial brooks converged.
Don’t forget to look up, day or night, and let the luminous beauty of nature envelop you.
You won’t be sorry you did…