Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Seek first the kingdom of God



"See how the lilies of the field grow; they neither toil nor do they spin, yet I say to you that even Solomon in all his glory was not arrayed like one of these."

Something a little out of the ordinary for me, created for a friend who works for the Sisters of Charity.


12 comments:

A New England Life said...

Just beautiful Mary.

Btw, are your Lily of the Valley as out of control as mine are? It seems they're taking over everything! Last year I ripped some out but they came back stronger than ever this year.

Mary said...

There is no controlling them, Sharon! They have come up through the slate in my front walk, and are trying to populate the macadam driveway. lol

Oliag said...

Stunning photo...and I have to say I wish my Lily of the Valley was overtaking everything!..It is being overwhelmed by wild violets...

Erin @ I Heart New England said...

Gorgeous!

chasity said...

oh mary ~
this is absolutely beautiful.
i love it.

He's the Lily of the Valley
The Bright and Morning Star
He's the Fairest of Ten Thousand
To my soul.


****

Carolynn said...

So beautiful. I have a little posy of Lily of the Valley flowers I bought last week to brighten up my desk at work. Their fragrance is so out of proportion to their tiny size. Wonderful passage and timely remninder.

They grow like weeds where you are...? Wow. They sell them for $6.00 a small bundle here.

Blessings
Carolynn

Char said...

lovely shot - i know that she will love it.

¡ L I Z ! said...

Hi Mary:

This photo is just perfect, beautiful. Love it

Hugs ;D

Debbie Pearson said...

Stunning, great composition with the perfect verse to match. Beautiful work, always inspiring to me.

Evette Mendisabal said...

Hi Mary, I read your comment on the i heart faces blog and thought I would share how to create a brush in photoshop. I use PS CS3.
Creating a brush is pretty simple. Follow the same steps to make the stamp you did in the instructions on i heart faces, but do it on a transparent background with black, then select your watermark (I use rectangular marquis tool) and go to Edit, Define Brush Preset, and then you can name your brush. Just remember to use black when you design your brush, you can change the color when you use the brush. Hope this was helpful.

Christina said...

it's so beautiful and warm.
love
love
it
xo

Kerri said...

This is superb! One of my all time favorites!!