Monday, February 27, 2012

View From My Backyard


The delicate blooms on our plum tree are beautiful! What could make a more striking background than the breath-taking sunset pictured below?  The colors in the western sky were simply gorgeous one evening last week when I snapped these photos.  This Masterpiece needs no edits or enhancements!  I'm thinking the Master artist must enjoy choosing hues and splashing color across the sky at the end of the day . . .  and I think He enjoys our awe-inspired appreciation of His handiwork.   An incredible sunset . . . blooming fruit trees - just two of the countless gifts I can enjoy in my backyard!  

To God be the glory; great things He hath done!

11 comments:

Mari said...

God is truly an amazing artist and I'm sure He enjoys it when we appreciate His work.

S. Etole said...

These are truly stunning! All creation speaks!

Ginny said...

Just stunning!!

Eggs In My Pocket said...

I so agree! God is great in all He does!

Kathy said...

Definitely an amazing sunset!

Just Be Real said...

Glenda, you take lovely pictures. Thank you for your recent comment to me. May His blessings bestowed upon you and yours this day.

Dawn said...

I can hardly wait till the spring things start popping out in our yard! The sunset is great from our back yard, but unfortunately, we have way too many houses between us and them to get a really good picture most of the time.

Anneliese said...

Breathtakingly beautiful!

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Two very beautiful gifts for sure. How nice to be enjoying Spring blooms already. There are none in sight here. Wintry days yet in Ohio. I am sure the good Lord does enjoy our appreciation. He does love us all so very much.

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

Outstanding artist GOD is and we have the ability to capture it all so we can look back on it. Amazing photos you have there.

Leslie said...

Wow! That first photo is so beautiful, with the reddish background and the startling blue of the flowers. Are they actually that color? Sort of a robin's egg blue?