stone water jars filled
and turned the water
the master of the wedding banquet
noticed that it was the best wine
that had been served
and told the bridegroom
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I would SO hang that on my wall and get lost in the colours of joy and exploration…paths that wind but shaped by His hand..love.this.
Beautiful. I love it.
That picture is just magical Nancy! I love it all.
That is a stunning photo!Cool thoughts too!
From the title, I thought this post was going to be about an experience at a gas station…And yes, that image is something amazing with both the static and moving elements. Did that make sense? I am not an artist and I don't know the lingo…Blessings.
good one, beth…absolutely no label needed.
I'm chuckling. I never thought of it that way. Like someone asking what vineyard did the wine come from. Can't put a label on that one!The kaleidescope of color in the picture is exhilerating–love, love, love it! :)