Sunday, October 25, 2009

A walk on the river

We went to the greenbelt on the river this evening. The leaves were just right and the walk was exactly what we needed.

I took a few pictures. It was nice to have my camera back in my hand. I haven't been so good at taking pictures in the last few months. It's sad really.










Yes I threw a midnight sepia filter on this one. I couldn't help myself. I'm a tasteless girl who loves midnight sepia even though it's totally out of style now.We were getting ready to head back and I turned around and saw this:
"what are you doing, Libby?"
"Praying."
"how come?"
"Because I wanted to think about Jesus."
Isn't she the sweetest thing ever?
The picture above is Steve and Sarah waiting for a leaf to fall. They were trying to catch them. Sarah eventually managed it.

11 comments:

Helena said...

Ooh, I love that last one! Gorgeous!

MamaBug said...

Fantastic photos! Loved the praying story. :)

ABE said...

I´m Abe or Abraham Velázquez again, is good this part because I can think in God and i can remember my childhood; God bless you and God bless this creation and the human race!

valerie24 said...

wow i really love that picture its amazing

Mirella said...

Beautiful pictures!
and nice experiences. I wish my baby thinks about God soon :)

Cheers!
Mirella






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