I love finding different backdrops or setting to shoot against such as this one I came in Bogota, Colombia, a few weeks ago. I didn't have much time to pull off a lot of shots but I was happy with what I got. Such is life sometimes, not enough time. But, its taught me to work fast and make the most of what I have. So, I thank my two willing participants for helping me out with these images.
Well, today is Thanksgiving in the US. A time when families get together to eat to much food and a chances for liberal's to get all bent out shape. Anyways, this is one beautiful Brazilian family that I had to privileged to photograph the other day. What I was most impressed with is that although very poor they where also very happy, well behaved and welcomed me with open arms. May God bless them and watch over them everyday.
No matter what your party affiliation is one thing I have learned over the years is, that if you put your hope in a political party you will always be disappointed. No one party can solve problems that are spiritual like we have today in America, a nation that is slowing turning it's back on God. For me personally the outcome of the election was definitely a call to prayer and repentance. As far I can remember this was the first time in are nations history that the two men running for office were not Christians.
So, as a christian, I'l be praying for the President to be given wisdom and understanding to guide this nation and not destroy it. May God help us in turning are hearts back to him. Jesus Christ the hope of glory.
Way out in the boonies of Colombia, near the town Puerto Salgar, there is a lot of rich farmland. So rich, not only for planting crops, but for highly prized Buffalo milk and cheese. I came across this farmer who was milking his Buffalo's for the morning and ask if I could take some photos of him milking his herd. Better yet, how about a photo of me learning how milk these highly prized animals.