love the "visual" story here....and those are some of my favorite verses - perfect!
really amazing! that's nature for you. I think I may have to try this sometime!
Love this. This is really neat!
How cool is that, nice shots.
They are precious photographs, well done
Connie, this is so special.I enjoyed your squirrel story and Barley in the sun.Somehow your posts warmed my heart...Thank you!
Absolutely LOVE this final image - the composition, the processing you used and especially the Scripture you included <3 Also appreciate your little "story" of the seed growing into the tiny sapling :)
I like your last photo very much.Beautiful post-processing.Regards and best wishes
Love your post and your scripture!!
ah those oaklets...They'll be ten foot tallin no time at alland twenty in a decade.[I feel a Limerick coming on :-)]It may be all about visual story-telling in blogland this week, but your text is rather superb, even though it loses a little in the translation.Ever read any Gothic?
Such a simple image, elevated to art in your hands.....
So exciting! Acorns are so nice. Great pictures Grace.
Wonderful series, Connie!
I love the acorns developing. I planted several in a pot too, but I fear they may have suffered in the cold snap we are having over here in Europe.
How very beautiful this is Connie, and the detail you have captured in the first photograph is simply magnificent! So beautifully done by you!Thank you so very much for sharing with us this week at The Creative Exchange.Have a wonderful day!lisa.
Not only are your photos amazing... your analogy is so fitting. Simply beautiful.
Oh how I love planting acrons, seeds, bulbs...life! I have a few pots on our third floor with a grow light and I had planted several different kinds of seeds that I had collected...guess what...they all got mixed up and I have no clue what is what, but several are tall and green;)
Simply w~o~n~d~e~r~f~u~l series, Connie! :)
Awesome photo of the seedling love the texture you are using. I just love growing things and watching things grow. Wish I could grow Oak in this part of the world. Not very many types of Oak will grow here in zone 3.
Beautiful verses and great photos! Thank you for sharing the story with us. :)
wow, Connie....I so love your heart to noticeand nurturelife:)-Jennifer
beautiful texture work!!love your progression of photos!
Love that first one. Great use of textures. Visiting from The Creative Exchange Linkup.
How cool to see the little acorn burst its shell and begin its purpose. Beautiful photos. V
How cool was that?!
Such appealing photographs, such a lovely articulation of new life!!!
Wow! Wonderful photographs and essay!
WOW..this is incredible. Love how you've created this.
You are a true observer. Lovely job!
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