I took this photo over I-70 from my hotel room in Salina, Kansas. Several days later, I was adding keywords and titles and couldn’t immediately remember whether it was a sunrise or a sunset. I had to open the thumbnail to see the full image and pause to remember which direction I was facing.
This is a sunrise.
Someone who was familiar with Salina would be able to pretty easily determine whether this was the beginning or end of the day — whether it was dusk or dawn.
At times in our life, it can be difficult to determine whether a given event, happening or series of encounters represents a sunrise or sunset — the beginning or end of something.
Significant events in our life tend to be both endings and beginnings.
On June 3, 2006, Nicole Scherle and I were married. It has been a great journey.
This is one of our engagement photos at the bench where we were engaged by the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC.
Our friend, Kim Jackson, did a great job taking the photos.
I invite you to you to be a part of a photo experiment from Leadership Institute 2008 at The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection.
- Upload any pictures that you take while at Resurrection for Leadership Institute 2008 to Flickr.com The pictures might be of space, buildings, speakers, workshops, funny or serious.
- Add the tag “li2008” to each of these photos.
- That’s it!
As others begin to add their photos you can view, comment and share the experience at: