"It's all about the light" in my photographic adventures.
More important for me, life is all about the Light of the world: Jesus Christ. (See the Gospel of John, chapter 1.) He's my Savior and Friend, my Light in the darkness, my Hope in all situations. I want to know Him better every day and tell others what He has done for us on the cross.
A pleasure is full grown when it is remembered. ~C.S. Lewis
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Category Archives: God’s beautiful creation
Six weeks new … sleeping like a princess on a pile of heirloom baby afghans and quilts … and she doesn’t seem to mind the little pea! She’s waiting to wear her silver crown when she awakes.
Two little blessings sent from above … twice the smiles, twice the LOVE!
Can you tell this family loves all things STL Blues and Disney?
A new baby is like the beginning of all things: wonder, hope, a dream of possibilities!
Big sister and brother meet their newborn sister and are all smiles and cuddles!
These two are going to be both entertainers and protectors of her.
They loved on her and counted all her toes and fingers too!
Lantana Camara is one of the varieties in the Lantana family, a flowering plant that attracts both butterflies and pollinators.
Here it’s blooming amid the lavender hosta blooms. My favorite time to capture blooms is right after a morning rain shower and before I melt with the high heat and humidity!
Our butterfly garden has been abuzz lately with the hot temperatures and high humidity this Spring. These Black Swallowtails spent some time nectaring on the Butterfly Weed before they flew to their next snack stop. These are common in the Midwest and the Swallowtail caterpillars are usually found on plants in the parsley family (fennel and parsley are favorite host plants). The butterflies look for nectar-providing flowers.