Thanks for nat­u­ral world


Our nat­u­ral world around us is a beau­ti­ful sanc­tu­ary of the cre­ator. I am thank­ful I can il­lus­trate through photo and text the amaz­ing beauty in the world we live in. The ar­ti­cle for the Novem­ber is­sue about Aspen trees that are leaf­less but not life­less is an ex­am­ple of my thoughts that I en­joy shar­ing with oth­ers. I hope peo­ple in our com­mu­nity can be in­spired by the nat­u­ral sanc­tu­ary that sur­rounds us when we take a mo­ment to see be­yond the ca­sual glance of our land­scape.

Avi­a­tion and flight school were a pas­sion for me and I have had dif­fi­culty with the loss of that part of my life. How­ever, it has forced my to slow down and smell the roses, as they say. In that re­spect, this tran­si­tion in my life has been a bless­ing. I en­joy pho­tograph­ing and writ­ing about the beau­ti­ful world we live in and I come away a more re­li­gious man be­cause of it. The more you study the nat­u­ral world, the more you have to be­lieve in the cre­ator and ac­quire a pas­sion for learn­ing more about the land­scape of our world.

My life has been blessed in many ways and I am ap­pre­cia­tive. I want to move on with my life with more pho­tog­ra­phy and writ­ing. Most im­por­tantly, I want to do my best to take care of my won­der­ful wife as we grow older to­gether. I pray about th­ese things ev­ery day.

Ed Helmick Provo

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