Thursday, February 12, 2009

My Little Photographic Miracle



I took these pictures back in the fall one afternoon when John and I were at a nearby playground next to a river. I was happily surprised when I uploaded them and saw that the sun's rays had been captured at just the right angle. I love that! It helps me think about things of a more heavenly nature, and it was my little photographic miracle. : )

23 comments:

Yaya said...

Those are awesome!!!!!!!

dougandcheryl said...

those are beautiful. I think I've only had that happen once and that's what I think of too.

Kristina P. said...

These are beautiful! I wish it looked like that here!

Lisa K said...

Seeing those pics makes me anxious for spring to get here!

Hula's Secret Blog said...

....hehe.....

Laura said...

I love it. Amazing pictures. Very inspiring, and a little bit of heaven coming down to earth.

Me said...

Those truely are beautiful! It puts a whole new perspective on things..doesn't it?

rachel said...

When heaven meets earth...

Carina the Blogarina said...

These are beautiful! What kind of camera do you have that was able to capture the rays like that? Mine would never do so. The first one is my favorite!

Kerri said...

Those pictures are beautiful! They do look like heavens rays!

Karolynn said...

That would be very exciting to find out the photos turned out so great. Beautiful!

Karolynn said...

That would be very exciting to find out the photos turned out so great. Beautiful!

Karolynn said...

That would be very exciting to find out the photos turned out so great. Beautiful!

Donna said...

Hi Carina, I was using my little Kodak digital point-and-shoot camera. It hasn't been a great camera, but sometimes it surprises me and takes really nice pictures!

Sarah Laurence said...

Nice photos! How welcome it is to see sun and green grass in February. I feel warmer already, thank you.

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Amanda said...

(here from BSU) Beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing them with us. They are getting us all itching for spring. LOL

Alyson (New England Living) said...

Love those!

dougandcheryl said...

We're probably going to come out on a road trip to Virginia (Williamsburg) and then up to Boston, Plymouth, and Salem next fall with my parents. I've been to New England many times but we've usually gone to the bigger wider known attractions. (never been to Plymouth or Salem before though)Are there any cool places out in those areas that you think are must sees?

Shauna said...

Awesome :)

dougandcheryl said...

Hey- I just gave you an award on my blog. You'll have to check it out.

Peter said...

DougandCheryl,
Sounds like you are history buffs. We've been to all of those places. Williamsburg's great, though you can easily spend 3-5 days there alone (with Jamestown, Yorktown, & Colonial Williamsburg). Plymouth Plantation is definitely worth a visit, but plan on spending a full day there with potentially an early evening trip to the Mayflower (which won't take more than an hour). Boston, there is just so much to do I hardly know where to begin. Are you looking for history, shopping, or fun museaums? Salem I'll let Donna or Alyson comment.

Peter said...

Oh, and you can get some amazing deals on vacation condos in Williamsburg given the economic downturn. I keep seeing deals where you can get a whole week in Williamsburg for $250 - $400.