Sunday, May 27, 2012

God's Everyday Art


 Virginia Creeper Art              

Our back yard has something new every day in the category of God's Everyday Art.


Raindrops on bananas art


 Three inch male brown anole on a palmetto Art


Last but not least Art.... Bob and I stood amazed at 12 to 15 fluttering orange flowers., seems all those caterpillars turned into Gulf Friterary Butterfly's on the same day. There was a flock a flutter and they were sitting on my camera, and flying in our hair and face.



and Kings Mantle Art and I added the butterfly in Picmonkey...because I could



29 comments:

SquirrelQueen said...

Your backyard is a mini nature paradise. The Gulf Friterary butterflies are just beautiful, I wish we had some that colorful here. Of course my cats would wear themselves out chasing them around the yard. Love the raindrops on the bananas.

BlueShell said...

I really am Inlove with this entry, Sandra!

Maple Lane said...

So much beauty right in your own backyard, Sandra. Love the bananas with raindrops, especially. Have a nice Sunday.

Ann said...

Well I just love all the shots from your very own branch of God's art gallery. I really like that first shot how all the vines are running parallel to each other and that butterfly is beautiful

Betty Manousos said...

you must have a beautiful backyard.

stunning shots as usual.
oh, how i'd love to stroll around your backyard.
brilliant blog title as well.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Isn't God's art the most beautiful there is? The side benefit is that it is free for our enjoyment.Each of these pictures is a work of art. I enjoyed my walk around your yard.have a blessed Sunday.
Mine will be very quiet,it is raining and supposed to do so all day.

Michaele said...

You are a fantastic photographer - and such great subjects! And heck ya - do it just because you can : )

TexWisGirl said...

an awesome bunch of shots - and i'll forgive you for throwing in the butterfly that wasn't.

Madi and Mom said...

I'd never leave the backyard with all those heavenly things to gaze upon.
Hugs Madi and Mom

Amy Burzese said...

We can't claim credit for most of the beautiful photos we post, can we? We just take the pictures.

Catherine said...

Nature always makes the best subject for art ~ beautiful!
xo Catherine

A Quiet Corner said...

Holy moose-poops, Sandra...my Morning Glories are mere seedlings...look at yours!...:)JP

Ginny said...

I have loved scrolling and finding the beautiful surprises!!! The first picture of the creeper, they have made stripes, and each one is different! Art for sure. And I am crazy about the cute little lizards. Wish I could have seen the mass flutter!

Ginny said...

I don't like bananas but these are gorgeous, better to look at than eat. I am also now wondering if we have those blue flowers anywhere, I will be looking.

photowannabe said...

Love your flock a flutter.
You have an amazing backyard.
Thanks for the info. on the favorite sites.
I will work on it later today when I return from church.

Rick Kratzke said...

You have such a beautiful backyard, Happy Memorial Day.

SweetMarie said...

All beautiful Sandra! Bananas with the raindrops is stunning! Love your because "you could"! :)

EM Illustrator said...

Lovely shots - It must be great to have such beauty in your back garden. Love the bananas with the drops...very nice!
Have a lovely day!

Beverly said...

Love your everyday stuff.

S. Etole said...

What a wonderful yard you have.

DawnTreader said...

Glad you got some butterflies and that not all got eaten before they got a chance ;)

Andrew said...

Wonderful images... the butterflies are so lovely to see.

Mamabug said...

God's art is always wonderful; love those little baby bananas!

LC said...

What a nice Sunday sermon for me, God's evrday art . . . and blessings. Thanks for sharing your recognition of natural beauty of form, color and pattern.

Angela said...

That is just so cool that you have a banana tree in your yard! You have to show us what they look like in a few days!

Chatty Crone said...

I have to say Sandra - I think you have captured the beauty of God in each and every photo. sandie

Linda Chapman said...

Just BEAUTIFUL!!! And I LOVE love LOVE your header!! You are some great photographer!! And of course we know Who the Master Gardener is!!

Debra Dickinson said...

Oh my. How lovely! God's art, is right! Just beautiful. :)

Deb said...

beautiful artwork....the butterflies are amazing...