My mother could not spend a day at any beach without walking a mile to search for shells. And if they were a particular kind, they didn’t even have to be colorful! Just mostly unbroken. Her eye was drawn especially to Continue reading Cherished Treasures
“He must become greater and greater, and I must become less and less” (John 3:30). What better illustration of this than the Burning Bush from my front yard? Read on and see what I mean… Continue reading Fruitful Fading
Our neighborhood has quite a number of these Montauk Daisies blooming right now, but this patch has got to be the most interesting! It showcases a mystery . . . who ate the petals?? Continue reading Who’s the Culprit?
No, this is not Math class, as fun as that would be! This is a picture of our faith. Continue reading Multiplication
There’s a lot of color happening in this picture of a zinnia from my flower garden! The bright petals have varying shades of bright pink, the stigmas are bright yellow, and the flower is framed by a backdrop of greens and browns. But what if the picture looked like this? Continue reading Why Colors?