where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 22, 2015 § 30 Comments
outside the church window
the prayer and devotion
Tagged: church, crabapple, devotion, holiness, prayer, respect, snow, spirituality, winter landscape, worship
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It’s amazing how heaven and earth are devoted to doing the laws God set in motion for them, but not the majority of humans. Thanks for reminding me to be at least as devoted to God as nature is.
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so lovely 🙂
In a world where snow so often is seen as harrowing, it’s lovely to see it framed as hallowing.
Seedbud: Different and neat.
A beautiful view.
Are berries covered in snow not one of life’s most beautiful things. There is a sermon living in just these branches.
These tiny red berries are like seeds of hope. So nice to see them when you photograph them against the starkness of winter.
This is a gorgeous photo, with the church window, hanging branches and the snow upon the berries. Your words are special to me.
I’m glad someone (thing) is devoted to snow…not me anymore! 🙂
pretty curtain of winter.
Thought you might like this:
“In the midst of winter, I found that there was in me an invincible summer”: ~Albert Camus
Yes…and a deep breath. Your tags are the roots of your beautiful poetry and image.
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Very nice and beautiful!
Very beautiful and delicate prayer!
Nice shot. Thanks.
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