Nice way to start the day. I think God really likes Arizona:
Hilarious video a couple of my friends posted on Facebook. The lure of bright lights and adoring fans draw so many to the business, but it’s in the trenches of busted equipment, long hours, working every holiday, annoying consultants and small towns that separate those that are truly talented, and driven (and few that are clueless but strikingly beautiful) from the those that thought it was gonna be all fun and flowers.
After you hang in for awhile and make it to a big market (or stay in a smaller one) then you can make a decent living and have folks stop you in the store asking you when it’s going to rain.
Hahaha! I remember getting so embarrassed when my gear would break down while interviewing a Congressman. Or working several Christmas’ in a row. I was poor, but I had a dream and I worked through it. I finally had a house and a nice contract and THEN I left. What is wrong with me?
Don’t answer that!
I saw the high clouds late yesterday afternoon and knew it was going to be another one of those amazing Tucson Sunsets (patent pending) that we Tucsonans love so much. So I grabbed my tripod, camera and FlipUltra HD and headed for Pima Canyon. I hiked about a half mile up the trail, ducked behind some cacti and ocotillo, set up my tripod and started rolling. Meanwhile, I hiked around with my “regular” camera and got a few dozen shots. The best ones are here.
I sat on a rock drinking in God’s handiwork while the Flip did all the work. I love watching Him paint and repaint and repaint the sky. As it got darker and darker the Moon seemed to get brighter behind me. I followed my Moon shadow back to my car and coasted (almost) down the hill to edit the video.
Here it is. 45 minutes of sunset condensed into 3 minutes-ish with Selah’s, “Oh Draw Me Lord.”