Friday, October 3, 2008

Fingerprint Friday..

Pampering Beki started Fingerprint Friday and every week I try to show what I think is a Fingerprint from God..
The sun tipping the trees in the early daylight, the mist on the hills this morning, and how the leaves are starting to change color..there is no end to His beauty...Join in at Pampering Beki's blog, it makes you aware of all we have and not what we don't have..





























Till next time, keep looking up...

14 comments:

Jenn said...

Ooh I love that 2nd picture with the mist in the trees! Wow, very eerie yet calming. Fog is one of my favorite occurances :) All your photos, as always, are beautiful; perfect fingerprint selections :)

High Desert Diva said...

What a lovely view. And I agree with Jenn...I love the mist photo.

Music Luva Mutha said...

Very nice, I never get tired of seeing all the beautiful autumn colors. Truly striking! xo

Richiesliv DÅ och NU said...

Fall colours are wonderful. W/ a lil glimpse of a white church or a house in the middle of a those trees?

GORGEOUS!

Have a wonderful w/end.
Keep watching me §:-)

Morning Artist said...

i love the last photo. it looks so calm and surreal.

artsyclay said...

It's such a magnificent time of year. Beautiful Fingerprints!

RainbowMom said...

Oh they are so beautiful as always! Peace.

Any Occasion Boutique said...

So very lovely!!

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Solvarm said...

Hi!

The nature is very beatiful at youre pictures. I can understand that you call it your fingerprint.

Have a nice weekend

Irene

M.Kate said...

another beautiful post. love the pictures as usual :D

manamoon said...

Absolutely gorgeous photos and you're always such an inspiration! Can't wait for shadow Sunday!

Hey Harriet said...

These are just lovely. I always enjoy the beauty of your Fingerprint Fridays :)

PamperingBeki said...

Those are so lovely!!

Thanks again for participating. :) (I'm finally rejoining the land of the living today... I was SO sick yesterday.)

Lemon Shortbread said...

The photo with the misty mountains look like something out of a dream, or a documentary!