The approach of a cold front has me looking through some of my Louisiana “wintery” photos this evening. I just love this photo. It was a very quiet and still that morning, laden with fog and frost. I stopped briefly to take the shot and the horses never even looked up. What strikes me most about the photo is how that tree looms through the fog in the background.
And guess what? That tree is gone now. I was sad to see it go, and this evening reminded me again that appreciating what we have and what is around us right now is so very important because we never know how long it will be here.
I appreciate you for spending some time to look at my photo, and just maybe, to connect with what I wrote and to pass on your gratitude to others too. Thank you.