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Our lives can become twisted
by winds of doctrines.
But there is hope if
our eyes are focused on God
and we keep looking up!
Copyright © Carolyn Bigler Hebert 2009
A added side note from me:
Our thoughts must be on the vertical
plane, high and lifted up toward heaven,
not on the horizontal plane, of the world.
We live in the world but are to not be
of the world. Maintain the correct focus.
Eye glasses are not needed to keep the
correct perspective on anything.
The devil comes to us as an angel of light.
Be careful not to be deceived by him.
Keep Looking Up.
Romans, chapter 12:2 reads:
"Do not conform yourselves to this age but
be transformed by the renewal of your mind,
that you may discern what is the will of
God, what is good and pleasing and perfect."
USCCB - Catholic Bible
Copyright © Carolyn Bigler Hebert 05-2017
The poem Looking Up was written for this tree photo.
These photo were taken with a refurbished Kodak Z-760 camera with only
6 pixels. We had the picture framed as a 20 inch x 30 inch photo and
hung it on the wall in our breakfast room along with four other photos
of this beach, two on each side. Uploaded here is a small size.
I still have this camera along with a zoom lens, a wide angle lens,
several batteries, instruction manual and a camera case. We no longer
use this camera. I have two Nikon DSLR cameras, two Nikon CoolPix
cameras and my husband uses a pocket Kodak camera. His underwater
photos were taken with a Nikon 35mm camera with waterproof housing.
Click here to download the only free photo you will get. It is the poem above
with the photo and the added note in pdf format. The only requirement is
to PASS IT ON and let me know how many times you did.
Copyright © 1973 to current Carolyn B Hebert aka Moonlightflower.
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reserved. Permission is required to use anything from this site.
Watermarks will be across photos for obvious reasons, to prevent
theft. The original files of the Kodak photos will print as large as
20 inches by 30 inches. However, the Nikon files will print 55 inches
wide, maybe larger. Most of the photos will be ones taken by me; however,
there will be some photos taken by my husband. Hopefully we will be
able to continue converting some of his underwater photos to jpg
files so they can be uploaded. These photos will be for sale.
Patience please while I construct the pages and watermark photos.
The plan is to place several photos on each page. This one has a poem
written for it. There are others that have poems and/or scripture verses
with them. They will not be on single pages like this one. And they
probably won't have music. But then the music plays until you stop it.
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