Sunbeams and corona in a redwood forest, CA, USA
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in the United States, a day of gratitude.
As a photographer, one of the things I’m thankful for is the art and craft of photography itself. Photography encourages me to get out and see things I would otherwise miss. I’ve been lucky to witness so many extraordinarily beautiful moments that I would never have seen without the camera tugging at me and telling me to go look – to pay attention to the beauty around me.
And I’m always especially thankful for all of you, my readers. Your participation, ideas, and passion for photography make writing this blog a pleasure. Thank you so much for your support!
I hope all of you have a wonderful holiday, filled with good company, good food, and many things to be grateful for.
— Michael Frye
Upper Yosemite Fall and rainbow, December 2005
We all have a lot to be thankful for. Today, I’m especially grateful for all of you. I really appreciate your readership, comments, and support. Your participation, insights, ideas, and passion for photography make writing this blog fun!
And… I’m thankful for water. A few small storms have recently revived Yosemite Falls after a long absence, and it’s good to have it back. Last winter was exceptionally dry, so I’m hoping that the storms continue, and we have lots of that precious resource, water, throughout this winter and spring.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday, with good food and lots of love in the company of family and friends. Don’t eat too much. Okay, it’s Thanksgiving — eat as much as you want!
— Michael Frye