For this perishable must put on the imperishable, and this mortal must put on immortality. But when this perishable will have put on the imperishable, and this mortal will have put on immortality, then will come about the saying that is written,
“DEATH IS SWALLOWED UP in victory.
“O DEATH, WHERE IS YOUR VICTORY? O DEATH, WHERE IS YOUR STING?”
The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin is the law; but thanks be to God, who gives us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ.
1 Co 15:53-57
very beautiful close ups. this game between life and death is very creative.
the statue in the water it is real . it's in place called Livadia in Greece. you can find info and more more photos of the place here http://vlavagphoto.blogspot.com/search/label/livadeia
Amen! Thanks, Regina, for the precious reminder.
As always your photos are beautiful and I love seeing the differences between the flowers on Hawaii and Australia.
Fantastic shots Regina and thanks for sharing.Will read that bible verse later.
Wonderful, the last one has beautiful color:-)
Ps: My shot with the bricks -I think it is an old building that has been moved and to know where the stones should be put together again, they are labeled with codes.
Wish you a good week! Hug from cold Norway:-)
Just beautiful! And what a beautiful reminder in verse as well. Thank you for making my day better. Old man winter has gotten cranky here again with a cold north wind! You can send some warm tropical air if you wouldn't mind.. LOL. -Tammy
Mesmerizing. Lovely my friend!
Have a wonderful week.
Beautiful photographs. I love the one in bloom with the raindrops/dew - such a sharp image :o)
Gorgeous photos of the flowers in all their stages.
Fantastic as always Regina. A wonderful post and I do love your new template, along with that beautiful header. Have a great day my friend.
Thanks for the comment on the Spiderkids..the kids are my:-)
Have a great evening!
Transparent jewels are studded with.
Beautiful photos to go with the text!
Some pieces touch us so, that a comment must be left...thank you for sharing your gift!
Hello dearest. I captured a red lighouse from the ship. We were about to dock at one of the port in Mexico.
Unless the grain dies it will stays the same.
Who would have thought that dead or dying flowers could be so beautiful. Those are lovely photos!
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