Sunday, July 5, 2009

When blue meets blue. . .


I took this photo this past week when I was feeling my lowest after Glenn's passing . . . I think God arranged this to cheer me up. . . God's in His heavens and all is right with the world.

10 comments:

DoubleDeckerBusGuy said...

That is a lovely and peaceful image... and I'm glad it perked you up. My belated condolences for the loss of your friend... and hope that more lovely visages appear to keep you happy...

Elaine said...

How many shades of blue do you see? This photo could be used for Microsoft's "more colors" rainbow. Very stunning.

SandyCarlson said...

That is a photo full of life. Wonderful, Paulie!

Malyss said...

To go for a stroll near water and to look at the waves always brings some solace; I don't why water can give that kind of feelings, but it's true.Sea, rivers and ponds are a great source of quietness.

Love Bears All Things said...

Yes, that is a very calming and comforting view. I hope you're beginning to feel a little better, my friend. I know that grieving takes time and is a process that we must go through. Once we can begin to remember our loved one and smile at the memories, the healing has begun to take place. I'm so glad you had someone like Glenn in your life even for such a short time.
Bless you,
Mama Bear

RuneE said...

Blue is one of my favourite colors in photos - it looks very enjoyable.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The weather looks spectacular. There's something magical about sailboats!

Linda said...

God is in control and I love it when He gives us those reassuring moments. So sorry about the loss of your friend. I pray you feel God's loving arms around you.

Cindi said...

I really like the sailboats out there, and the different shades of blue. A truly glorious photo.

becky aka theRAV said...

Love the blue hues in this one, Paulie! Just beautiful. Heaven sent for sure.

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