I have a close friend I met during my campaign days that I try, though I'm not always super good at it, to keep in touch with. Every couple years or so we get the opportunity to reconnect and spend a day or two at her parents cottage on a lake in New Hampshire. This recent trip I decided I wanted to bring my camera along, just to get a few photos of her family for her. Something that has been impressed upon me in the last year is how quickly things in life can change and how much we really need to savor every moment we have with the people in our lives that we love, especially when we don't get to see them often. I think I only shot about a dozen frames max, but in there I did snag some cool shots of the sun breaking through the clouds and one of the most vivid rainbows I've ever seen. The photo I took of the rainbow was just as it was starting to fade, I almost didn't even run to grab my camera at all, my impulse was to be present and bear witness to nature's show. While my camera missed the best part, I got to soak it up. Some moments are meant for enjoying, not capturing.