27 November, 2013

Consider the Lilies...

Well, hello. Sorry I haven't posted in a very long time... Life gets busy... Anyway, here are some photos I took recently...

I may not take very good photos, but up getting up close to flowers like these, makes me notice just how intricate, colourful, and thought out, and yet simple they are. Walking past, they just look ordinary, but up close, they're really detailed. Imagine if God didn't make flowers, or if he didn't make them all different colours... Our world would be rather monotonous... I like to think God made flowers just to make our days brighter and our world cheerier. :) Aren't you glad? 

Consider the lilies how they grow: they toil not, they spin not; and yet I say unto you, 
that Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these.
Luke 12:27


  1. What's wrong with your photos? I think they're really good. Actually, I was very impressed with the first one. And I like the background of the last two…… I know that sounds really weird. :)

    And you have a lot more flowers than we get here -- we only get singapore daisies…. : | It always seems that in cold places they get lots of flowers. I'm moving to somewhere cold… where there are pine trees, too. They are my favorite trees..

    Anyway, good you posted. I haven't posted in exactly a month today. Not good.

  2. Glad you liked the photos. I do actually enjoy taking them, believe it or not.

    So you really only get one type of flower grow wild up there? Wow. I guess I'd never thought of anything like that... We manage to have quite a few wild ones, sometimes we even find orchids... And then ones like the daisy at the top of this post is growing in the garden... I like daises. They must be my favorite type of flowers. Anyway, this is getting long winded...


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