Driving south on highway-1 from Anchorage, the view is beyond capturing, but I still try.
It changes in minutes, just beyond the cluster of trees, over the bridge, after the next set of mountains, practically on every curve of the road.
Because there isn’t always a place to pull over to the side of the road, I have to photograph from a moving car.
One must be watchful and careful on this highway, it is dangerous, not only because of animals, but people and the weather.
When I see a grand scene, I photograph the view from a moving car as quickly as I can. Many times what I see before me, the camera can’t capture well.
One, the grand view changes too fast.
Two, light is difficult to photograph period.
Three, a moving vehicles with a snowy, dirty windshield causes fuzzy photos.
But, I kept trying. I had to show you what I saw, because it expanded my chest wider, pulled my shoulders back, released my concerns and helped me breath deeper again.
Once, I can stop. I do and then the scene swallows me whole. Nature does it every time, it reminded me of Who is actually in control and it’s not me.
God is Dominant.