Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Golden Sunrise

The pictures above were taken a week ago.
When I got ready to go out on the school bus I was greeted
by these scenes. The frost on the window made the sunrise even more beautiful.
From where the sun rises to where the sun sets,
the name of the Lord should be praised.
Psalm 113:3 (God's Word translation)

16 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous picture window! :)

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  2. Dear Ruth, I love your beautiful pictures of the sunrise. The frost gives it such an ethereal look.

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  3. What beautiful pictures of the sun! What a great way to start the day.

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  4. Wow! The sunrise looks like absolutely amazing fireworks! Yes the name of the Lord is to be praised!

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  5. That was neat to see that before you got the bus - you made it look so nice through a window scene!

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  6. Don't you just marvel at the beauty that God creates for us every day?

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  7. The frosty window did make this sunrise extraordinarily beautiful. I am glad God gives us a new day so frequently.

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  8. Beautiful Ruth... Love the collage.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  9. Gorgeous sunrise! God's early morning news of His love for you, Ruth. :-)

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  10. Lovely shots and so well presented...just like window panes!
    Looks like it was a cold morning to drive bus...or stand and wait for the bus!!

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  11. This is a different collage, and I love it! Very sparkley. Is that a word. LOL.
    B.

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  12. What a cool effect Ruth! Just beautiful through the frost. :c)

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  13. Very beautiful! The frost does give a nice "crackle" look to it! I'm glad driving a school bus has moments like these to brighten the day :-)

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  14. This is beautiful Ruth! It sure does look cold though.

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