Friday, 22 May 2009

Fingerprint Friday

Just a simple Fingerprint this week. What else would God's fingerprints be but simple?
We have had glorious blue skies all week but it is the clouds that make me think, 
how great Thou art.


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7 comments:

artsyclay said...

Beautiful! It was such a pretty day here today. My husband and I sat outside for awhile and I enjoyed watching the big fluffy white clouds like in your photo. It's so nice to take time to look at them, imagine what the shapes could be, and watch them move across the sky.

PamperingBeki said...

I absolutely LOVE clouds!! And like snowflakes, there are never any duplicates.

I am always taking pictures of clouds.

God sure knows what He's doing, huh?

Rosebud Collection said...

The sky is always a favorite of mine..I just wrote that somewhere else that had clouds..It is always changing and you never know what beauty to expect..Wonderful Fingerprint..Beautiful picture.

Erica said...

beautiful picture. i too love clouds.... especially on a bright blue backdrop! :)

zukzuk said...

I loved your "longest ever blog entry" below. I'm sure all your readers thoroughly enjoyed being taken along for a little tour through your creative process! It was such fun anticipating the end result - you should do this again. It was like a mini drama - how will it all turn out?!!

Hope your weekend is as glorious as that sky...

Rebekah said...

oooooh, love this picture! I love clouds!!

artsyclay said...

p.s. You wanted to know if I've seen any lizards this week. Yes, almost every time we walk to the car or to the house, we will see one go zipping across the sidewalk or if one's hanging on the side of the house, it will scurry down into the bushes. One day, one zipped down to the ground and stopped in the twigs and leaves next to a bush, and must have thought I couldn't see him (since he was well camouflaged) because he stood there several minutes. I had the camera and took a picture but was afraid to get too close, so you can't distinguish him from the twigs and stuff. :) I will keep trying.