Friday, May 15, 2009

God's Promise...

...never waivers

If you needed proof. :)
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This was such a beautiful site it almost didn't look real. And so wishing I had the wide angle lens that is on my wish list as it was a full-arch rainbow. Next time! ;)
The storm has now passed and we're off to soccer! Have a beautiful weekend, everyone.

xoxo,
k.

18 comments:

Melanie said...

nope it doesn't. awesome shot kelly! thanks for sharing!

Jennifer said...

amen!

stephanie howell said...

just what i needed to see at this very minute. love you! xo

Melanie said...

gorgeous shot, kg. and what an awesome start to the weekend. :)

HapEMomE said...

This is incredible! I was just reading a Noah's Ark book to my dd for bedtime and was thinking to myself how I wish I had a good picture of a rainbow to scrap. Then.... I come here and am in awe. Beautiful and inspiring. TFS!!!
~Chelsea

Jacqueline M. Schimmel said...

Oh wow! That is so awesome, the lighting and colors! Great shot!!

Jocelyn said...

Stunning....you need to frame this one!!!!

Sandy said...

Gorgeous! (Did you dig for gold under that there barn? lol)

Jane said...

I got goose bumps!

Clean & Bright Soaps and Candles said...

What a beautiful photo! Thank you so much for sharing it :)

Barb said...

Oooooh wow! I love this picture.

Scrappycath said...

Awesome photo Kelly! TFS!

Wagon Mom said...

I just found your blog by a comment you left on Two Peas. I really liked your latest posting about the rainbow. I just read this story to my son from his children's bible about Noah, the rainbow, and God's promise. :) Tomorrow morning I'm going to show him the picture you took.

Cari said...

So true Kelly!
Great double rainbow shot!

Cindy Tobey said...

True! And isn't God the best artist?! Gorgeous photo Kelly! TFS!

Heather said...

gorgeous shot! thanks for sharing!

Michelle said...

Beautiful shot!! I love those rainbows... I have gotten a few pics like that too! You take such wonderful photos!

Sarah said...

I'm late to this post, but am catching up on my fave blogs!

This is so true! I had recently explained the meaning behind rainbows to my (almost) 5 year old and after a week of rain, his pre-school teacher told me that she said to him, "If I go gather the wood for an ark, would you go get all the animals?" He told her, "No, Ms. Renee, God promised He would never flood the earth again!" I was so proud of him. Out of the mouths of babes. I need a pic like this to scrap that conversation!