Sunday, November 22, 2009

A Thanksgiving Blessing

With another year passing fast, let us take a moment to reflect on all the blessings God has given each of us this year. Remember, that even in the hard and challenging times, God is with you. May this Thanksgiving create fond memories that will warm your heart for many years to come. Remember, the simple things in life are often the greatest treasures.

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Monday, November 16, 2009

God Is My Passion

God's beauty surrounds us everyday. We only have to stop and take the time to really see it. The amazing details that God put into every single creation is magnificent! To see this Passion Flower in macro detail is but one example of God's greatness! God could have created our world very basic, colorless and dull, but instead He gave us a world of beauty and detail to explore, if we but open our eyes.

Take the time this week to notice the world around you and to give God the praise for all the wondrous things he has given us!

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Sunday, November 8, 2009

Moonlight Magic

I love to be outdoors late at night, it is my favorite time of the day. I am very fortunate to live in the peaceful countryside of North Florida, where you can still see the stars. Last week, I came home to this beautiful moonlit sky with its popcorn clouds. It really had a wonderful magic all its own. Everything was pitch black except the moon and clouds. I really wondered if I could even begin to capture the beauty that was displayed across the sky. So I took a chance with my new camera and flipped it to the candlelight setting. It worked! What you see here is the image I was able to capture. It truly was a magical night as God's handiwork shown across the sky.

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Thank you!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Sight Seeing in Alabama

I love vacation! Even if it is a short one. The middle of October we traveled to West Tennessee via the state of Alabama. We stayed off the Interstate and took the back roads sight seeing all the way! Our best stop was at Little River Falls on SR 35, east of Fort Payne. The leaves where just starting to turn and the weather was great. We drove up the mountain parkway to the top of the gorge. The overlook of the river was breathtaking. As I stood there admiring the view I saw this kayaker disappear into the woods. I thought alright! I can follow him and get some close-up shots. But when I entered the edge of the woods, there where nothing but cliffs and the kayaker had disappeared! A few minutes later I see him and several more making their way down the river and around the rocks. It was truly a sight to see. I am glad it was them and not me! I will stick to my photography.

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