Sunday, April 25, 2010

Malbis Greek Orthodox church

Here's the kind of photo I hope to capture someday when I'm at this location at the right time of day.Malbis Greek Orthodox Church
Photo Credit: rxguy08 on flickr

My latest effort can be seen on flickr at:
Malbis Greek Orthodox Church

Another beautiful version of this church can be seen at:
Thoughts of a Fancy Horse
Art and Architecture: Special landmarks around town

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

We woke up and realized this was a prime example of lack of planning for every eventuallity, because lack of such planning can have it's effects on a multitude of others.Gulf of Mexico oil rig

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Listen Gently to the Wind

The Largest Wind Farm In The World: Horse Hollow is located in the county where I was born in Texas over 73 years ago.

Horse Hollow Wind Farm in Nolan County, Texas

Here's a video about this:

NBC Sunday Morning
Wind energy in West Texas, Wind Turbines

The wind* blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit.

Gospel of John 3:8 (New International Version)

*The same Greek word means wind and spirit

The poem below reminded me of a book I recommended last year — What is the wind trying to tell us?

Listen gently to the wind,
To the song of some small bird.
Listen gently to your heart,
There’s a song that can’t be heard.
There’s a gift I give from me to you
For no one else to share
It’s the happiness I feel inside
Just knowing you are there.

— Bob Arness

One of the questions I asked Bob was if he had a certain person in mind when he wrote it. He said he didn’t. I think this poem is a love poem, and it’s a gift to God. What do you think?

Monday, April 19, 2010

Wisteria in top of Live Oak

This is a repeat of yesterday's post with a vertical panorama merge of three photos of the Live Oak tree to the back of our place.

You may be able to better view the photo on the left by clicking on it to enlarge it.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Spring is here for sure!
Click on the photo to the right to see the lavender-color wisteria growing in the top portion of the big Live Oak to the back of our place:Wisteria above

Slideshow presented by Webshots: Spring Flowers 2010

Monday, April 05, 2010

The season for wysteria is so short lived that I wanted to preserve at least one photo on the blog. Spring is such a beautiful season!

Just in case you didn't know it, you can click on most photos on my blog to see a larger view. I recommend it on this one.

Sunday, April 04, 2010

Thursday, April 01, 2010

Happy Easter

... and a little child shall lead them.

Isaiah 11:6d (King James Version)

Click this video link to hear
Amazing Grace - 7yr old Rhema Marvanne