Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Photographs and a Present!

Hello Dear Friends!

I hope you are having a wonderful and blessed day. Today, I would like to share some photographs with you that I've taken recently!

Here are the photographs! Enjoy!

I love taking snapshots of squirrels... They are so adorable!

I found these flowers out behind our property. They are so colorful and beautiful...

Here is another photograph of the same kind of flower...

... And one more! I love this picture. It is the center of the flower!

This little guy was standing in such an unusual way...
It looks quite uncomfortable!

This is my dear Bible. If you notice, my two favorite Scripture verses are visual.
"Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths."
~ Proverbs 3:5-6 ~

I love the Lord's Word with all my heart!


My Grandparents gave me a wonderful and brand new camera tri-pod that they found in their garage. We were not for sure if it would fit, so I brought it home with me to try it with my Nikon camera. It was such a blessing when the screw fit perfectly in my camera! I am so thankful to have it... I have been wanting a tri-pod for a while. I'm glad that I waited patiently.
Here is a picture of my new tri-pod!

The legs also extend out on it.

While on the subject of my camera, I would like to answer a question that some of you have asked me many times. Here is the question and answer:

What kind of lens do you have on your camera?

I use a Nikon DX lens, which came with the camera I use. It is a 55-200 mm. It has been a true blessing to me, because I love capturing close-up photographs of the Lord's creation!

I hope you are having a blessed day. Thank you so much for visiting my blog! You all are truly a blessing!
By the way, this is my 91st post!!!

Your Sister In Christ,

P.S. Miss Grace, at Grace's Garden Walk and From the Desk of a Young Writer, is going to be hosting a wonderful giveaway real soon. She would like to reach 60 followers on "Grace's Garden Walk" and 40 followers on "From the Desk of a Young Writer" before she hosts the giveaway. Please visit her two blogs, and consider following both of them. I have truly enjoyed reading both of them! If you decide to follow one or both, comment on her blog and let her know that I recommended you to visit her blog! I hope this makes sense! :)


Shannon said...

Beautiful pictures Jenna! I love the flowers and the creative capturing of the Bible. Very lovely!

Your Sister In Christ,

-Bess- said...

I LOVE all of those beautiful pics! The passionflower ones are great! It's considered a really old flower dating back to who knows when...though I'm not sure how they know this...or how they think some flowers are older than others... Anyways, those photos are so creative & lovely! Love the Bible one & animals, too! You are definitely a gifted photographer & using it for God's glory!

Hope your summer is going splendidly!

Love From Your Sister in Christ,

Grace said...

Hello, dear friend!!! Just wanted to let you know that you have a special award waiting for you at my writing blog:!
Hope you enjoy and are having a simply lovely day!
With love from your sister in Christ,

Rachel Grace said...

What beautiful photographs Jenna... not to mention beautiful words! The picture of your Bible with it's pages in a heart shape is really creative, I can see the shining light of Christ in your writing and your talent for photography!
May the Lord bless you and keep you today!
Rachel Grace

Hannah said...

Hello Jenna!
Lovely photos! Have you checked out my photography blog yet? The link/button is on my regular blog's sidebar.

About following my blog. . .

I moved my gadget up to the top of my blog now just so you know. If you still are having troubles with it, you can do it on your dashboard. I actually only follow blogs using my dash.
Okay, just get on your dashboard, and scroll past all the blog updates. . . there should be a little button that says 'Add' click that and add the URL of the blog you wish to follow. The click 'next' and then 'done'. Hopefully you'll get it to work. Just let me know either way.

~Hannah of Marilla Heights~