Friday, May 29, 2009


I apologize for the amateur photography here, but last night the sky was so breath taking, I attempted to take a picture of the quarter moon. It was about 10:15 at night, and because our days here are quite long now, it looked like a blue sunset. I'll try to take one again tonight, and use my tripod. I'll post it tomorrow if it's any better, but I thought it would look kind of strange if I titled this FINGERPRINT SATURDAY instead of Fingerprint Friday!

I was reminded of the verse:
Genesis 1: 14
"And God said, "let there be light in the expanse of the sky to separate the day from the night, and let them serve as signs to mark seasons and days and years...And God saw that it was good."

Yes, God, very good indeed!!

So look around you and see where YOU can see God's fingerprints. Is it in nature? Kids? Animals? Where do you see them? Thank you to Pampering Beki for hosting this each week! Everyone is welcome to join. To see how to join, as well as find links to other Fingerprint Friday posts, visit Pampering Beki's blog.


  1. God's handiwork is so awesome! I love the sky - day and night.

  2. That's a very beautiful verse!
    And so fitting to the picture :D
    I love the night sky; If I could, I would sleep the day away and just stay up all night.

  3. Beautiful verse and I noticed that moon last night too! It made me stop and be grateful for such beauty around us!

  4. I have never been able to capture the moon yet, but I love your picture! I can see the blue twilight sky and I love how 1/2 the picture is already in darkness. I agree, the verse fits the picture perfectly!

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  6. Awww that is an inspiring skyscape...for some reasom makes me think of an alien on a bike, lol
    Thanks for sharing it
    God Bless
    Nic xx

  7. I think that's a gorgeous photo.

    And I love the verse you put with it.


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