Monthly Archives: September 2019
This was one of the last gatherings of the His Light family and it was a great weekend. I found this image this morning looking through some image folders and it immediatley brought a big smile to my face! What wonderful friends and the joy and fun we have together was so apparent in this shot!
I hope some day to get his group together again and have that kind of wonderful fellowship! These moments in time are so precious! I would encourage everyone to join us for the Smokey Mountain Photography Summit this November, it is an equally great time of photography fun and fellowship!
Wherever you are, and what ever you do this fall, enjoy your friends and partners in crime!!!
….and to these special His Light Friends, I love you all so much and will forever treasure the great times we had together! Thank you Jim, Snake and Chuck for helping make it all happen!
This entry was posted on Monday, September 2nd, 2019 at 12:22 pm
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I took two of my grandsons over to Norris Lake to join my brother Homer for a day of fishing out on the lake. This sign hangs in his houseboat which he bought in 1991. As I spent the day with Homer and Elijah, (Wes and Rhonda’s son) and Ben, (Scott and Diane’s son), I was reminded of how true that plaque is in my life. My third grandson, Cade (Clint and Catherine’s son) was tied up with soccer pratice, and sadly couldn’t join us!
A peceful day on the water with Homer running his trolling motor and the boys fly casting was a great time to be had by all!
The guys heading out for the early morning session.
Homer & Elijah in the cool moring lake air!
Ben fly fishing from the boat.
Elijah fly fishing.
Victory for Elijah.
Ben on the houseboat.
I want to thank Homer for getting up so early, (4:30 am), to meet us at his houseboat and provide this fantastic grandfather/grandson experience for us! I sure wish Cade could have joined us, but maybe next time!
Not bragging, just thanking God, but I truly have it all!
Photo note: Images made with the Fujifilm X-T2 and 18-55