The Lord’s Prayer is the Bible verse that we all know well.
This is a beautiful sample of the prayer in German on a wax form. My Oma gave it to me. Today, it is one of my treasured items along with many things
that make me smile and help me remember her.
Our Father, which art in heaven,
Hallowed be thy Name.
Thy Kingdom come.
Thy will be done in earth,
As it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread.
And forgive us our trespasses,
As we forgive them that trespass against us.
And lead us not into temptation,
But deliver us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom,
The power, and the glory,
For ever and ever.
My Oma, German for Grandma, always appreciated beautiful things like this embroidered
handkerchief. I wonder if she ever really used it. She probably just admired it, as I do.
What do you hold near and dear, and does it inspire you to write or photograph it?
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Happy Easter, and God Bless.
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Sunset, March 16th
Eye Candy is a phrase used to describe something beautiful to look at. The sunset last night was just that. We were drawn to the light as it ushered our eyes into a celebration of color! The contrast of the dark budding branches on the backdrop of blue and pink gradients of color was sent from heaven for sure!
The sunset was captivating, with the warm and cool tones of lavender and pink cotton candy. My husband watched me while I captured a cloud formation from the kitchen window with my iPhone.
In retrospect, my husband is always an eyewitness to my creative process. He is watching quietly from across the room, or even better, sharing a moment, a thought or idea, that could be the start of a great collaboration.
Who is your witness to your creative process?
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Clinch Marina, Traverse City, Michigan
Early morning at Clinch Marina, I thought I was alone at 6:45 a.m. Usually I am by myself in the marina that early, and the sunrise shot was my goal. We, the duck and I, decided to have a photo session. It was the highlight of my morning of almost solitude.
All the snow melted today and this weekend is Spring Forward! The Winter was mild this year in Michigan…and time is flying by…Spring will be here soon! Usually, Springtime brings a lot of rain. If you are a rock lover like me, you’ll enjoy looking down at all the stones when it rains, and how the detail is brought to the surface by the moisture.
Petoskey Stone, Charlevoix, Michigan
My idea of “home” can be symbolized by our State stone, Petoskey. Named after a French fur trader, Pet-O-Sega, who was also recognized as an Ottawa Indian Chief in Harbor Springs, Michigan. I have a small collection of these stones that bring back memories of all the times spent up north. Clenching onto a little gray stone meant you had a good day at the beach, when lucky enough to find one. I saw this one in our yard. I left it there, but took it home in this photograph.
What is your image of home?
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Photo by: Meyer Clark Studio