Halleluiah...HE is Risen!
I am excited to share that this week's pictures were all captured and edited before Saturday, with the exception of my "new" picture. I wish every week could be Spring Break...I loved being able to pick up my camera whenever I wanted and take pictures.
Well enough rambling...on to why you are really here...my interpretations!!!!!
I kept my niece on Saturday and discovered her NEW tooth. I tried and tried to take a picture of it however, she wasn't cooperating. Since she wouldn't hold still long enough for me to take the picture, I scrapped that idea and took some pictures of the new blooms and buds in my yard. When I uploaded my pictures I realized you can just barely see her tooth in this picture so I decided to go with my original thought!
One of the coolest things about Scavenger Hunt Sunday is being able to interpret the prompts however you wish. I decided to interpret this prompt as...the absence of life.
Taken in Philly last week, this is the Christ Church cemetery.
A little history lesson on Christ Church cemetery...
five signers of The Declaration of Independence are buried there including Benjamin Franklin.
I love hyacinths and especially love their fragrant aroma. Because of our unseasonably warm weather, all of my spring flowers bloomed very early and have since died off so I pulled this picture out of my archives. I took this picture on a very warm weekend in March.
I found this beautiful pink flowering tree one evening during the week. I could have stayed at the tree for hours just taking pictures of the gorgeous blooms. Ahhh I just love spring!
Isn't it obvious D. is excited to marry M.?
This week I took my first set of engagement pictures. (In a few short weeks, I'll be taking their wedding pictures...eeek!)
I had already taken a bunch of serious pictures when we decided to take some fun pictures. I had asked M. and D. if they were up for some jumping pictures. Both agreed and thought it would be fun! After I explained what I wanted them to do I sat down with the camera and told them to jump. M. just couldn't get the hang of it and no matter what we did, D. was the only one to leave the ground. I was laughing so hard, I am surprised I was able to get some clear shots! After many attempts we were successful...
I want to take this opportunity to wish all of my Christian friends, a very happy and blessed Easter Sunday.
Thanks for stopping by and checking out my hunt pictures. I love to hear your thoughts and comments!
Focusing on Him,