See the Breath of God

What Have We Here?

Water, solid on twigs,

liquid in the lake;

both places below 32°.DSC_0028ed

 

Two cold places.DSC_0029ed

 

Equally beautiful, one in motion

one still, a motionless twig and branch skin.DSC_0030ed

 

Icicles take time,

a liquid droplet on liquid droplet.DSC_0038ed

 

What have we here?

 

The time of solid and liquid.

Visible signs of the breath of God.DSC_0033ed

 

“The breath of God produces ice, and the broad waters become frozen.” Job 37:10

Author: davidwellis

What does a grandfather, husband, former public school teacher and Education Specialist for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service with many life experiences in nature do with them? A naturalist with a camera-makes outside a daily destination. My confidence is that God will guide my words, and photos. We live in a magnificent world, come and look at it with me through eyes, lens and words. To God be the glory. Current Profile Photo- Prickly Ash, the name summarizes this brushy undergrowth well. It fascinates me with its thorny branches. Seeing a vine wrapped around the trunk called for a photo.

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