09 October 2009

Fingerprint Friday

God's Fingerprints are all over my backyard this morning!


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Steven Curtis Chapman sings:

I can see the fingerprints of God
When I look at you
I can see the fingerprints of God
And I know its true
You're a masterpiece
That all creation quietly applauds
And you're covered with
The fingerprints of God


PamperingBeki challenges bloggers each Friday to discover, recognize, see and share God's fingerprints with the rest of the world. See instructions to join in here. Also check the other blogs linked there to see more great Fingerprints!

13 comments :

  1. OMG! we have a lot of rain here in Indiana. There is nothing so fresh and crisp as the first snowfall of the season. My daughter would love to wake up to that, she lifes for winter and has dreams of moving to alaska when she finally grows up lol.
    Beautiful pictures, you captured it well!

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  2. it's already snowing in your neck of the woods??? really? i can't wait for snow!

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  3. Wow, gorgeous photos! We're still enjoying sun here in Washington. In fact, I just hung my laundry out on the clothesline!

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  4. Oh my, this is too early..but it is beautiful.
    Happy Fingerprint Friday

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  5. Super cool pics - literally :-) No snow here in PA yet. Last year we had snow flurries before Halloween which was unusual.

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  6. Beautiful! But way different than here...we hit 80 degrees today in North Carolina. Happy Fingerprint Friday ~*~

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  7. Those are such beautiful photos!

    Shelley @ Shutterbug
    http://shelleyslens.blogspot.com

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  8. oh my we won't have snow here for a couple of months but those lovely images are making me a little wistful : )

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  9. Wow, you already have snow! Beautiful photos!

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  10. Awesome pictures! We woke up this morning to our beautiful colored trees covered with snow in Minnesota.

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  11. I gasped out loud when I opened this. Gorgeous!!

    Snowflake details are so hard to capture on camera. Beautiful work!

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  12. No words to describe..!!I am amazed..!! I have rarely seen snow captured so beautifully in pictures...!!

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  13. Very awesome photos..and already snow??

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