Made the Front Cover

This is another example of my “if you don’t have a camera…” posts. If I hadn’t had a camera during Union Lodge #7’s installation, my Masonic lodge, I wouldn’t have caught a picture of the outgoing Master offering the gavel to the incoming Worshipful Master. And I wouldn’t have made the front cover of the Rocky Mountain Mason, a quarterly publication for and about Masons. (For more information about the magazine, go to Rocky Mountain Mason)

It’s not the best shot technically. It’s a bit soft, mainly from camera movement. I’m getting old and shaky, and the ISO was cranked really high. It’s dark in that lodge room. However, the subject was good enough and the moment timed well enough that it works as a cover image.

And I couldn’t ask for more.

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