Copper Country–Heading Out
Tomorrow I will be away. I am already dreaming of what the monks bake at the Jam Pot in the Copper Country. In 2006, Mike and I headed to the wilds of the Copper Country and took photos while discovering waterfalls. It was autumn and the hills in full color. I was still using Fuji disposable cameras and Mike was using a DXG 3.1. We look at the quality of our shots and shake our heads. It will be good to see what our new cameras can capture. I was standing back at the car when I took this photo. I had snuck a bite of a rum raisin fudge brownie and the moment became an inspiration for my column. I was struck speechless by that brownie baked by the monks and I considered the moment holy but with a lower case “h”–it wasn’t high holiness like a visitation from the Mother Mary–but it was certainly blessed.
I am hoping that this trip, Thursday-Sunday will also yield holy moments, that I can come home and sing praises, sharing the experience(s) with you.
Posted on August 13, 2008, in Contours, Magic Lands and tagged Copper Country, Creative Inspirations, DXG 3.1, Fuji Disposable Cameras, Jam Pot, Rum Raisin Fudge Brownie. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.