Saturday, October 29, 2011

Scripture & a Snapshot - Week 58

The Tree - 16x20 Fine Art Photography Print - Nursery Home Decor Photo - a Spring tree represented with circles of light, bokeh

"The Lord God made all sorts of trees grow up from the ground—trees that were beautiful and that produced delicious fruit. In the middle of the garden he placed the tree of life and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil."
Genesis 2:9


Want to join in this challenge?
Here's how to participate:

1. Select a scripture.
My hope is that each week you will search your Bible and select a verse that has meaning for you.
Here's a link to a good Bible verse search engine.

2. Add a photo to it.
I hope that you will chose a photo that goes with your chosen scripture, and not just throw these two elements together. The photo can be from your archives or a new shot. Please only use your own photos. You can have the scripture on your photo, below it, make a collage - however you want, as long as the two elements are together!

3. Put the Scripture & a Snapshot button in your post.
You won't be deleted or banned if you don't. It just helps spread the word...and the Word. ;) 

It also helps visitors from the blog hop quickly identify your Scripture & a Snapshot post.

4. Come back here and link up your post. 
Please link directly to your Scripture & A Snapshot post, not the home page of your blog.


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  1. What a creative shot! Perfect scripture too!

  2. Hi Katie,

    Gorgeous photo. Hope all is well.


  3. So unique! It almost looks like a painting. What a great beginning to a new week of sharing our scriptures and snapshots!


  4. i never tire of your photography, katie!

  5. Wonderful, Katie!
    “For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— not by works, so that no one can boast.” Ephesians 2:8-9 NIV
    My best regards from Romania!

  6. That is a cool picture. Thanks again for sharing this meme.

  7. That is a beautiful tree to represent the tree of life -- all shimmery and glow-y and desirable... And one day, we shall be able to eat of that tree without problems!


  8. I knew immiediatly that your image was the representation of the tree of life--love it.

  9. That is so cool! I love how it is out of focus with the bokeh, yet you can see the trunk.

  10. And still loving this photo - of course it produces beautiful fruit!

  11. I love this. The tree of life and especially your treatment of the photo. Due to some blog posts and other comments. The Lord brought me to think about what the Church really is. And I realized the early Church was people gathering in houses, communion was bread and wine- no golden crosses or glass cups, it was all so simple then. I don't know how Jesus feels about all of our embellishments, but this photo reminds me of the saying, "The richest things in life are free." Your photo reminds me of a tree- wood, leaves, sunshine... that's really beyond value- gorgeous, sparkly. So is life. Thanks for this, hope you don't mind my bit of philosophizing so early in the morning
    : )


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