They grabbed a basket of balls at the driving range, and the owner said, "you won't have time to hit all of those, the storm will be here in half an hour".
And he wasn't lying!
The clouds came rolling in and the rain just started to fall for his last drive. We had enough time to get to our trucks and put everything away before it came down like a sheet.
This picture has so many pieces for me, the curve in the driver from his swing, the tee still hasn't hit the ground, and the ball is still in flight.
And the rain drops falling down.
When I shot this, I don't think I had felt a drop yet! Look closely and you will see all these things that made this picture perfect for me.
Dalton looked at me over the winter break and said "you never take pictures of me anymore".
So yesterday, we took advantage of the beautiful weather and drove, without a destination in mind.
I had been so busy with other things I forgot how much fun it was to go out and just capture the one who matters most to me. It's a bonus he is so cute as well! (though I may be slightly biased) ;)
On March 12th, my grandmother's goat Sidney had two kids. The names are undecided still, (Though Jelly and Bean are contenders). At 24 hours old, I got to meet the little ones, who were already exploring, playing, and trying to run around. It was so wonderful and so fascinating to see such young creatures already trying to do so much!
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