I have always wanted to take a photo on the overpass of one of our major roads that reaches from the far north to the far south in our locality. The problem is the overpass is also very busy and not a real safe spot to stand and get a photo.
This morning my youngest had a baseball practice at 7am - so I thought I would give it a shot. I know that it is blurry (I have been playing around with a lens that I have had for a while - but never really tried out: canon mark 1 50mm f 1/8), but that kind of helps with the thoughts I wanted share this morning.
There is no clarity in the dark. Sure, we can make out some lights that shine - but where is the True Light. If someone is searching for the Light in the Darkness - I have to wonder ... is my light shining bright for Christ - leading the way for one who is lost - or is it a blur, looking just like everyone else ... not standing out - in clarity - leading the way.
My mom always told me nothing good happens after dark. I've always remembered that. We don't belong in the dark - feebly groping around for what is true. But there are lots of folks who are right there - in the dark - and they don't even know it.
Unless they can see a difference in the lights that are lit - how will they know how to proceed?