Day 1: Let there be light…

This picture was taken in my backyard with light streaming through the magnolia tree.

This picture was taken in my backyard with light streaming through the magnolia tree.

Disclaimer: I do realize that trees had not yet been created when God said, “Let there be light:” However, I liked this picture and thought it captured the essence of light piercing through the darkness.

 

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Categories: Genesis Chapter 1 | Tags: , , , , , | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Day 1: Let there be light…

  1. Aky

    Nicely written, this is a very interesting post! Your art is beautiful; thanks for sharing!

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  2. What a lovely capturing of light! Great photo, and wonderful series on the beginning of time.

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