Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving

We all live off His generous bounty,

gift after gift after gift.

John 1:16

Robins are on the move.  Last weekend, from his vantage point in a tree stand in the woods, Don watched wave after wave of them pass low overhead, with red breasts lit by the morning sun, their mass darkening the sky.

This week, on a gray morning walk through the cedars, I heard the sound before I saw them, thousands of twitters massed into a grand symphony.  I stopped to watch and listen, and while Barley gnawed on a bone, the music enveloped me.

For this, and a million other gifts, we are truly thankful.

Linking with Texture Tuesday,



Mary Howell Cromer said...

Happy Thanksgiving Blessings your way~ What a lovely image shared!!!

days are numbered said...

And to you too, Connie.
Such an appropriate choice.

pens and needles said...

And Happy Thanksgiving to you, too, Connie--hope it is a blessed day for you in every way!

Barb said...

Wonderful shot! Happy Thanksgiving!

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

happy thanksgiving!

that is such a beautiful shot!
love the warm colours and the composition!

Beppan said...

What a fantastic photo of a beautiful bird - in the middle of his dinner...!
Happy Thanksgiving!

linneas Atelje Photography said...

Thank you for your visit in my blog, have a nice day.
Lovely photos!

Point & Shoot said...

what a lovely photo!!

Denise said...

Wonderfully done!

Pat said...

What a beautiful capture, Connie!

Kim Stevens said...

Just a beautiful image and words!!

Marcie said...

Beautiful image!! Hope yours was filled with warmth and wonder!

Karen Dorcas, Artist said...

what a beautiful image (composition) and texture processing - AND, parallel quotation... each and every gift and or morsel. Thank you, kareninkenai {texture tuesdays}

Jennifer Richardson said...

stunning photo and the beauty
of those words
just take my breath away
(and then breathe LIFE back in,
soothing and strengthening
my oh-so-tired heart)
BIG thanks:)

Lisa said...

Truly a lovely shot. Salvation, family, friends and God's gift of beauty in nature top my list of thankfulness.