Friday, April 1, 2011

elise's lens

As promised, here are a few photos of Eden
through Elise's lens.

She found the greatest delight in the gorgeous tropical
(and some not-so-tropical)
flowers found in the gardens...

For someone working with a very basic point and shoot camera,
I think she captures some pretty amazing photos.

I include these next two because they were such unusual specimens:

The greenish-blue coloring of the one below
initially made me think, just for a moment,
that someone had been at work with a spray-paint can.
It seemed such an unnatural color for a flower!

Amy (always the discoverer of the family)
found this Macadamia nut on the ground.
Unlike the others around, it had a hole in it,
plugged with a rubbery cap it had grown.

We think we're so smart - but God is truly the original creator of so many amazing designs!

This mossy rope is part of the suspension bridge over a river valley at Eden.

And finally,
the cat in Eden's Cafeteria.

She had found her own Eden;
a gourmet and never-ending food source.

Thank you, Elise, for letting me share some of Eden through your eyes!


thechurchcook said...

Lise, I absolutely love the compositions and angles of these photos!! I especially love the ants and the yellow flowers with blue sky back ground. Great job. :)

us5 said...

Thanks! That's a real compliment, coming from you! :)