A Strong Stick To Carry Into The Great Wherever

Hello Friends! Tonight’s Feature Image is titled “Autumn’s Enchantment 111021” and is available for purchase by clicking the thumbnail and reaching out to me on the contact page.

Crisp mountain air brings me back to carefree days of roaming my grandfather’s forest in my youth. The stand of timber on the edge of the back pasture held a lot of my adventures. The black walnuts there were old and somewhat twisted and gave me the feeling of being in an enchanted forest from an adventure movie or novel. The ground in that area was always covered by clubmoss and other ferns and that just enhanced the otherworldly feeling. The wildlife was always rich there as well. Squirrels, rabbits and deer as well as hawks and owls seemed to gravitate there. On crisp fall days I didn’t have to worry too much about snakes and could explore without having to watch every single step. An old stand of dogwoods in the area always provided a stout staff. When dogwoods die in the wilds only the parts that are in contact with the ground tend to rot and the rest of it cures in the open air. If you find one that’s the right size you can usually just pluck it from the ground. To bring the stick to the right size all that’s needed is to wedge it between two living trees and lever it back and forth until it breaks. When the air is cool and leaves are at full color I always get the urge to return to my old stomping ground and cut a good stick so I can just head off into the great wherever looking for what may come.

Good night friends and be blessed throughout your days.

Announcement 2.0

For those who have been following me on Facebook and know of the struggle content providers have to get circulation from big tech I’ve been recommending for people to adopt MeWe as a social media platform. One of the problems I’ve run into on MeWe is that people don’t know how to navigate the platform. So to help with that I’ve created a permanent page on my website as a basic Basic Beginner’s Guide To MeWe I’ve tried to anticipate all basic questions there and You can bookmark the page to have as a reference and if you have any questions or suggestions don’t hesitate to contact me. I do still have a day job and I help admin several pages on both platforms so replies might be a little slow but I will answer you.

We also have the Lloyd’s Lens Photography Discussion Group on MeWe that is set up as a fully functional community. There you’ll not only be able to see and connect with me but you can also make your own posts and interact with each other.

I want you to join my group on MeWe: https://mewe.com/join/lloydslensphotographydiscussiongroup

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Hey Friends! Just a quick reminder that Lloyds Lens Photography is available for portraits!

To book me simply reach out using the Contact Page and we’ll set a date. If you’re within a 50 mile radius of Summersville West Virginia all travel fees are waived.

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Have you checked out the Zazzle Store?

I’m now using Zazzle to fulfil orders. What this means for you is a secure way to place an order, discount codes & a broader product selection! Simply use the contact form on my websiteand tell me which image you want and I’ll reply with a direct link to where you can place the order.

Clicking on the photo takes you tohttps://www.zazzle.com/lloydslensphotos?rf=238248269630914251Lastly, all of the photos and writings are my original work unless otherwise specified and are not to be copied or reproduced without expressed written permission from the photographerThank you again for your support of my page!♥️

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