Friday, October 31, 2008

fPhoto Friday - God's Spectacular Handiwork

It was the season of Autumn that prompted me to begin carrying my camera everywhere. These are images I captured in and around my hometown, as I ran my weekly errands. God's incredible artistry is breathtaking! Hope you enjoy!
These photos were taken with my Canon Powershot A610 (point & shoot digital).
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Melanie said...

Absolutely stunning, Tracy! I love every single one of them. Thank you so much for sharing such beautiful pictures of Autumn.

April said...

Gorgeous!!! The colors are amazing!! There is so much beauty around us if we'd just open our eyes and really SEE.

Sending blessings to you today! Have a wonderful weekend!!

Becky said...

The best thing about fall is its colors. Thanks for sharing your pictures.

Alexis - Chickie Momma said...

How amazing! I had been planning on doing this very same thing - and now it's raining *sigh*

My favorite is the 2nd one... with the trees lining the road. Very beautiful!a

Joyfull said...

Absolutely beautiful! You surely captured the beauty of autumn.

Paula (SweetPea) said...

Oh how I love, love, love the colors of fall. I so love when trees have red on them. Love the red. I love all these pics but especially the one of the road. Oh, who am I kidding, I love the one of the fully red tree.

Thank you.
Did you snap these photos?

Paula (SweetPea) said...

Ignore my question. I missed your last paragraph where you said you captured them.

GREAT job of photoing these.

Special K said...

WOW!!! And WOW!

These are beautiful!!!!

Thank you for sharing!

Autumn doesn't look quite like that around where I live...but we're getting there! :)


Tricia said...

Absolutely gorgeous and stunning! You should print some of those, frame them, and place them around your home!

Thanks for sharing, and what a beautiful town you live in! The red leaves are my absolute favorite!


Natalie said...

Tracy, what WONDERFUL pictures! I have my checklist when leaving the You should get some of those framed! They certaintly are colorful reminders of God's artistic hand!

Laurie Ann said...

The colors are so vivid and beautiful! Wowza! Ya'll are having a beautiful fall!

Kristi said...

Wow! Your pictures are breathtaking! Fantastic job!!!

Tiffany Stuart said...

These pictures are STUNNING!

I'm trying not to be jealous of all the color. Our color is fading fast...

12-arrows said...

the pictures are absolutely gorgeous. We are at the end of our color and it was magnificent. The best we've had in several years. I think this fall was the best weather we've had too. Thanks for sharing your pictures and the fyi on your camera. I want to upgrade to one similiar, I will check into yours.

Julie said...

These are beautiful pictures. I wrote about the changing of leaves on my blog today. I couldn't find a good picture to use so I just wrote.... your pictures would be a beautiful example of what God gave me for my post.

Isn't Papa God's painting of the trees stunning???


e-Mom said...

Stunning captures. This is such a beautiful time of year... and a good time to carry a camera! :~D

Susan said...

Hey Tracy,

Thanks for those AWESOME pictures. I can't imagine seeing such beauty. We don't get to see the seasons like this down south.

I recieved your sweet note in the mail yesterday. You are so kind, you didn't need to do this, really.

Hope you have a wonderful week ahead.



Shabby Olde Potting Shed said...

Hey Tracy,
Those pictures are gorgeous! So vivid and colorful!!!
I'm glad you carry your camera!

Nancy Douglas said...

What a visual fiesta! Great pics. Thanks for sharing. See you again soon.

Tiffany Stuart said...

Thank you for your loving comment on my letter to Obama post. Appreciate your friendship.

Love in Him,

Linda said...

yes..truly breathtaking!!cute little town :) God's art work is SOoo amazing isn't it?!!

elaine @ peace for the journey said...

Thanks for sharing the view. Exquisite.


hazel eyes said...

These are great pics! Thanks so much for coming over to my blog.