He leads me beside the still and restful waters.
~Psalm 23:2b, Amplified Bible
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Oh, Jeanne….that is stunning…and so, so perfect for that verse. Don’t you love how the Lord will lead us to places of rest!! XO
GASP. This photo makes me breathless- spectacular. I’m glad you are doing this – cause then I see your name in my inbox at least once each week. Hang in, it will ease up. Yes, it will.
Love this picture and I love this scripture from the Amplified Bible. Just wrote it down in my little scripture book.
Gayle from Behind the Gate
I just keep staring. I know it’s rude, and that duck may feel as if I’m invading its privacy but…WOW! Just. Wow!
Praying that you know and experience this stillness, deep within…
Beautiful Photo!! Amazingly still!!
LOVE IT! Absolutely gorgeous.
What a beautiful picture not only of one of God’s creatures but of the true meaning of the Lord’s Day. Thank you for sharing this beauty!
Oh Jeanne, isn’t this a picture of what we all wish for? To be so still, so trusting, so relaxed, so beautiful…just floating in the stillness of His care. Every one of our perfectly-formed feathers, gleaming in the light of His eternal love?
The colors in this are phenomenal. Such peace …
Gorgeous, peaceful shot. Love the reflection.
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