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The day a rock shattered our glass door.

A couple weekends ago, some people from our church had a yard-work fundraiser to raise money for their mission trip to Ecuador, so we had them come out and work on our yard. They really did a wonderful job! Our bushes and flower beds have never looked so trimmed!





When they left, my mom was like, "I've got some bad news..."

My first thought was... "Okay, who died?" but then I realized that she had a twinkle in her eye, so it had to be something else. She pointed to the sliding glass door that leads out to the patio. Apparently a rock had been flung up by a weed whacker and this is what happened...



Of course, I had to get some close-up shots with my 50mm lens too. I know this should feel like a bad situation, but I just love all the pretty spider-web patterns that this made!

50mm ISO 400 f/11 1.8

50mm ISO 400 f/11 1/8

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  1. That made for some great shots!!! It's nice to know safety glass really works, too!

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  2. Lemonade out my lemons, my friend. lol

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  3. I love that shattered look, even though I know it will be costly to fix but it is wonderful that safety glass does work as this could have been so much worse :)

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  4. Those were awesome shots! Sorry for what happened to the door, though.

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  5. That's a bummer that it broke, but I agree... Those are some nifty pictures!

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  6. Wow! Those web patterns are actually gorgeous! I'm glad you saw the 'bad' situation artistically, and took photos! :)

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  7. looks great! the yard work that is. sad news about the door.. but those shots are great! :)

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