So pretty!

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It is things that are as beautiful as this that remind me that God loves beauty. God created beautifully, no accident could do this. That is one of the many reasons that I know there is a God.

Nature’s Diamonds.  Please Support the fundraiser and share this link. My wife has been struggling with a chronic illness. If anyone is willing and able to share this link and even contribute, I would be extremely grateful. Thank You http://www.youcaring.com/medical-fundraiser/healing-oliver/128980

belleatelier: “ Rain drops inspirationlane: “ (via Winter’s Treasures~ / Beautiful-Mother Nature’s Christmas tree.

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I think this one looks amazing because it captures the sky in the reflection of the puddle. And it's even better because the sky is the perfect blue for the color of the puddle!

I love sharp photos of intricate detailed creation. <3

To live in love is to sail forever, spreading seeds of joy and peace in hearts. Therese of Lisieux

Dans ce tableau on voit un coucher de soleil. La technique utiliser est la photographie. Dans ce tableau il y a beaucoup de couleurs . Pour les motifs il y a des reflets dans l'eau. Dans l'espace on veux voir la plage qui est au loin. Quand je regarde cette œuvre je suis heureuse car j'ai l'impression que ses moi qui est là-bas.

Rainbow-Shave-Ice by Clark Little, Hawaii. Clark Little's timing of the wave is unparalleled. His photography is amazing.

#Beautiful photography# Heart shaped hole summer beach ocean heart cool rock

Heart near Nakahele Blowhole, West Maui, Hawaii (by Rachel Follett (Lovely Clusters))

Its unbelievable the happiness baby animals get when they get to stay with their family!:)!

Family hug

Funny pictures about Giraffe Family Hug. Oh, and cool pics about Giraffe Family Hug. Also, Giraffe Family Hug.

Unbelievable picture, it is just plain amazing.

Even in the ugliest storms, Seattle still manages to look beautiful:

Unbelievable clouds - Unbelievable image of amazing clouds looking like cotton balls.

One of the rarest weather phenomena, Mammatus Clouds. Photo taken by John C. Olsen in Hastings, NE.So awesome

facing up, looking at the tree tops... *heavenly*

God, I love a good angle. Anyone can take a picture. I feel like this is the only thing left separates photography as an art.

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The Tip of the Iceburg, Ralph A Clevenger - The image is a composite of four different photos: the iceberg top was shot in Antarctica; the iceberg bottom was shot in Alaska (and was taken above the water); and the sky and water shots are from California.

The first cherry blossom blooms of the season!

The first cherry blossom blooms of the season!

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