Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
Leading lines always give a little zippy interest to a composition, and this road draws a viewer right into the scene. Even on a overcast and rainy day, aren’t those mountains incredible? (Click on the image to see bigger, please.)
I am doing fine but very busy as the moment. Many activities at the church have kept me hopping, along with all of the usual household chores that need attention. My left eye has healed up well from the surgery (to correct double vision), and I don’t have to go back to the doctor until the first week in November.
Please continue to keep me in your prayers as I rebuild my life and establish an improved support network. Dependable and caring local friends are my biggest need. Thankfully, a few people have stepped into my life the past couple of months. But many people have decided not to include me anymore in their everyday lives. I would love to have a friend like me, so I consider it their loss. Angel, my little dog, brings me comfort and joy on a daily basis. And I look for moments of God's grace to sustain me.
Breathtaking photo! I have never seen mountains like this in real life but your photo all but takes me there! I really like "road" photographs. It's good to hear that you are doing well and SO glad to hear the good news about your eye...Praise God! Keep looking up, friend :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful scene!! Thank you for the photo tip about the "leading line." I am often thinking of bits that I have learned from you as I take photos. You're a great teacher!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the update on your progress. What a blessing that your eye is healing so well! I continue to pray for you as you navigate this day-to-day road. Give Angel a hug for me. :)
You are so right...that road, those lines, lead right up to those incredible mountains. This photo makes me want to know what is just around the bend. I usually pray for you when I find myself here at your Cottage. Today, I am thanking God for His healing touch on your eye and on your life. He Is helping you every step of the way. You are also right that those who don't know how to relate anymore are missing out. Big time. Love to you...ReplyDelete
So very beautiful...I love the composition with the leading lines. Keeping you in my prayers...ReplyDelete
I'm very glad to hear that your eye is healing well. Thanks be to God! And thanks to Him, too, for those friends who are encouraging and supporting you through this time. I think of you often, and pray for you.ReplyDelete
Another gorgeous photo. Donna, you're so talented. Thank you for sharing your gifts with us. Have a wonderful day. Hugs...
We love you sweet friend...and it IS their loss!
WOW, stunning photo. It's beauty just sort of takes your breath awayReplyDelete
Beautiful photo as usual. Yes, those mountains are incredible! Glad you are finding your way slowly but shirley!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous photograph! Makes me want to visit there again. I'm so happy to hear your eye has healed well! Praying you find the perfect friend, or friends, who will be there for you in your community. Sad to think some have moved away from you, but their loss will be another's gain!ReplyDelete
may you have more angels to surround you these days. :)ReplyDelete
a beautiful photo.
A stunning photo of the mountains Donna. I was just thinking of you this afternoon and wondering how you're doing. Thank you for updating what you've been doing. I pray God will send you a very good friend or two that you can count on. Friends are such an important part of our lives and when they leave us it is a sad and empty feeling. God bless you as you enter into the fall season.ReplyDelete
Such great news about your eye healing well Donna dear - makes me so happy.ReplyDelete
Many people don't know what they're missing out on by not sharing a friendship with you - wish I lived closer, I think we'd have some good times.
Off to France tomorrow - only taking small camera due to luggage restrictions and several changes of transportation - planes, trains and boats - but hope to get some good pix.
Love and hugs - Mary
Gorgeous photo - as always! You are right - it IS their loss. Oh, how I wish I live close to you. I would love to spend time with you.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous as always! YES! Any one would be lucky to have you as a friend! Glad to hear you say that. Good that you are busy as well :) Please give that little Angel of yours a hug from me. You have been and always will be in my prayers, Donna.ReplyDelete
Simply stunning photo.ReplyDelete
I am so glad to hear of your eye healing so well, and that you are involved at church, and making new friends. It's sad that people have let your friendship go. It's their loss, but I know that doesn't make it any easier.
Thank you for sharing your talent, and your life with us Donna.
How very beautiful - you've made it seem as though we are travelling together. Gorgeous.ReplyDelete
I'm glad your eye has healed, and that you're staying busy with the church. You are always in my prayers, Donna, always.
It's been too long since I have been to the Yellowstone/Teton area. I am looking at a train and coach tour for next spring. We used to camp and hike in those mountains but I don't think my old bones could handle that now. I'm so glad your feeling better physically and you are so right to work on developing a support system close to home. Take care my dear. ((Hugs))ReplyDelete