March 23, 2012

Days 36-42

Day 36
 Spent time at Bear Creek Park for my Urban Parks Photo Challenge.  I love to watch the ducks and have a hard time pulling away from them.  So cool the way the water swirls and ripples and reflects the green from the trees.

Day 37
Walking from darkness into the light.

Day 38
 A gift from my girls . . . just need some soil and seeds.

Day 39
"I have a light, and it always shines, it shines in the day and it shines in the night.  When the dark days come, and the sun isn't bright, I will be shining, for I have a light.
My light is the LORD, Jesus by name, my light is the Spirit, who leads me to change,
My light is the Father, who gave up His own, My light is the hope I'll be with Him in a heavenly home."
~ Don Potter
Day 40
 My what big eyes you have, Zack.

Day 41
 Gracie was sticking pretty close to me today.

Day 42
I was making stewed tomatoes today and the vines are just so beautifully star-shaped.  I think I will dry them and maybe paint them.


  1. it will be a gorgeous painting little star bursts of God's glory!

  2. This is just such a marvelous example of the artist that is you. I don't know that I have ever even thought about using the cast-offs of my meal preparations as decorations. I LOVE how different we are. You make my world so much bigger and I see so much more knowing you.

    Much love and joy today, Dear One,

    1. Thanks, Dawn . . . I love how different we are too. Sometimes we don't see how uniquely crafted and gifted we are by God until another says "I would never have thought of that".

  3. Fascinating photo - caught my attention the first time I saw it. Made me stop and study it carefully. Then I had to come back and look at it again. I think that says a lot about an image and about the way it was caught. Was this done using your light box?

    1. Hi Ken . . . this one actually was not done with the lightbox but is quite typical of what you can do with the lightbox. Here I just held them up against the pale wall and then played with editing afterwards.


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