Sample 137 – Descent

Blurred is blurred.
Mextures Formula, ‘Evans Descent’ (Code: HBCNTEJ) used on pictures 1, 2, and 4
Mextures Formula, ‘Benevolence’ (Code: ZWMEHBG) Converted to B/W, used on picture 3
When you’re on top, there’s nowhere else to go but down. I suppose we should be thankful whether we be in the top of the mountain or in the bottom of a valley. When you’re at the bottom, there’s nowhere to go but up… and when you’re on top, you’re reminded that you still need to go down, just to come back up again. Not sure that makes sense, but I do know that wherever we are, and wherever we were, the believer can stay at peace, determined and encouraged by the fact that Christ will never leave nor forsake him. 
The snow turned to sleet and then to rain as we began our trip down Mount Evans. This gave us the opportunity to behold the mountain ranges in a different perspective – the rain was close to us, but the sun shone over the peaks in the distance. The sight was just so much better than what I shot at the time, thus the decision to spruce things up through Mextures. I will be posting more of these sorts of shots without edits, as the weather maintained itself for a good amount of time while we drove down. 
Soli Deo Gloria.

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