Have I bored you?

I hope my pictures have not begun to bore you.  I’ve still new places to explore, new things to find, and new words to impart to you.  Tonight the sky lit up like a fire, covered in reds, oranges and yellows.  It literally took my breath away.  Beauty has arrived just before the storms.

My roof's view tonight.

My roof’s view tonight.

View from my front porch.

Moon arrives in style.

Sky bling.

Fireworks.

Moon vapors.

Goodnight y’all.

177 responses to “Have I bored you?

  1. No your not boring! All life, culture, friends, places are ephemeral, I like your photos, they aren’t designed to sell anything, but I feel like I’m there, keep up the good work sethsnap!

  2. Anyone who is bored by your imagery, Seth, does not have a soul. And I don’t mean that in a religious sense. You give us great mini-adventures in the natural world. Thank you!

  3. How could pictures of the sky ever be boring? I could look at them all day…especially because we have had endless days of rain where i am! These are beautiful 🙂

  4. Your photos never bore me Seth; in fact, I look forward to viewing your snapshots from your part of the world. I keep your photos handy on my PC so I can go back to them at anytime and enjoy the beauty that you so regularly capture. Keep up the good work you’re doing here!

  5. It is amazing to me that there are those people that do not believe in GOD! Who else could create such beauty. Now, even if man were able to duplicate it, never would it seem as real. Thank you.

  6. Ha! No way Seth. Just trying to catch up on simplifying! Your photos bring peace to mind, a balm for those looking for simplicity.

  7. Never ever ever ever …
    … with a simplicity and overview of nature and an eye for details others would miss in urban and cities matched with pithy words – HOW on earth could I be bored .
    🙂
    Thank you Seth .

  8. Never boring when someone presents the world around them as they see it….if you are bored by whats in this world then that’s a tad sad i think….you keep on going or as we say down under.’go you good thing go’ 🙂

  9. What a gift to be in the right place at the right time, And then to call it Home..
    I’ve been looking at Steve McCurry’s blog as well. He doesn’t seem to have one, a home.. But he can really gets around and see lots of different people and places. Check him out Seth, he works for National Geographic.

  10. How on earth can anyone see pics like this and get bored. If they do then they must be superficial. Any how keep on snappin’ Seth! Love the photos!

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