Friday, November 14, 2008

Fingerprint Friday..






Pampering Beki has Fingerprint Friday and it is so much fun finding where God' fingerprints are..This week, I have a tree in it's stages during fall time..A beautiful picture, yet sad also..When I look at this tree, I think of life..Never take anything for granted. When you have the beauty before you, enjoy it, for all too soon you lose it..but in the spring, it will come back to life again..We can learn so much from the trees..




Till next time, keep looking up..

18 comments:

ARTISANNE said...

Isn't nature wonderful :0)

Great pics!

High Desert Diva said...

Trees are amazing...

Any Occasion Boutique said...

Jealous. Absolutely jealous! The last picutre is what my tree normally looks like! HAHAHAHAHAHA! Oh, the beauty of nature ;-)

PamperingBeki said...

What a great series of pictures!! I love that.

artsyclay said...

Beautiful transformation! Can't wait till spring.

Jenny said...

Wow that is an amazing progression. Life is so wonderful!

Rebekah said...

That was a beautiful time lapse series!

Jenn said...

Oh what a fantastic progression! Would love to see this tree as it progresses through the entire year from icy bare branches to new buds and back to these beautiful red leaves :)

Kala Pohl Studio said...

Lovely visual story of the tree:)

Richiesliv DÅ och NU said...

That's what I called LIFE... so nice to see & admire.

Enjoy your evening and joyous week-end.

hugs...

T.Allen-Mercado said...

Trees are so beautiful and resilient, mother nature is all about it, isn't she?!

Carol said...

Just beautiful...all those magical stages of God's Fingerprints. Breathtaking!!

LeelaBijou said...

gorgeous pictures! I love them ^_^

Rosihue said...

ooh that is lovely ;)

UniqueNurseGranny said...

Wonderful both the tree and the thoughts.

Meekiyu said...

beautiful pictures... wish I lived in an area where the trees change colors so vividly

Leigh said...

Beautiful!!! I love watching how it changes.

Hey Harriet said...

It's lovely how you catured the tree in its different stages. I like it best when it has bright red leaves. Very beautiful.