I’ve been off the hook busy the last couple of weeks! Mainly getting ready for Easter. I haven’t had time to fire a shot! Boo. Hiss. But today, as we celebrated Palm Sunday in Church I decided to throw in my X100s (which has been taking a break since I got the Df) and bring it along. I nabbed the following shot of the Palm Sunday Procession as the kids walked in front of me.
For the silhouette above, I used a simple 2 speed light setup and cranked all the levels in Lightroom. I love how the image captures the distinctive Palm branch shape. 😎
And for good measure, because we all love being green, a close up of the palms. I should have taken the photos as soon as we got the branches on Thursday. They withered substantially in a very short period of time! hehheheh. Oh well, there’s always next year.
So that’s it. Quick blog post. But exciting news will follow in the next little while. Until then, we get ready for Easter! 😀
The Triumphal Entry
“The next day the large crowd that had come to the feast heard that Jesus was coming to Jerusalem. So they took branches of palm trees and went out to meet him, crying out, “Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord, even the King of Israel!” (John 12:12-13 ESV)
Today marks the one year anniversary of our dear neighbour’s lost battle with Cancer. It’s hard to believe that it’s been a year already. When Megan was first diagnosed, I took this picture. She always hated this picture and God knows I hated taking it. She hated it because in the back of her mind she knew it would become ‘the picture’ on her memorial cards. We can still hear her voice and we still miss her dearly on Moir Dr. It’s not the same since she died nor will it ever be. But we are never without hope! Megan was a strong Christian lady who knew her Saviour. It’s a nice ‘coincidence’ that this one year anniversary comes to us on Palm Sunday – when all the little children ran out to greet Jesus and welcome Him. Our dear friend is not to be pitied. We are. For she now gets to see her Saviour face to face. We miss you muchly dear friend and can’t wait to see you again!
Christ is Risen! He is risen indeed! Alleluia!