John Leu Spies God
John Leu Spies God

You asked “How do I see God in this photo”.  I will try and keep this short.

This photo was all about trying to capture what God provided. He put the fog there, He brought the new day and He put me there to see what He can do. Any skill or talent I may have He gave me. To show me that through all my ups and downs He has never left me. My task that morning was to capture all that He has provided me.

I started this hobby of photography shortly after my wife passed away. At first it was just to get me out of the house. But somewhere along the line it has became much more than that.  The rest of that story is the long version and will save for later.

Victoria Bonner Spies God
Victoria Bonner Spies God

This photo is from one of the slot canyons in Paige, Az.  Centuries of rain and water erosion carved out a heart shape in the sandstone.  It reminds me that we may not always understand how, or maybe even why, but God always encircles us in His/Her eternal love.

Carla Ireneus Spies God
Carla Ireneus Spies God

Perfectly round, glistening droplets of water hang suspended on a branch; certainly not of man's making

Carla Ireneus Spies God
Carla Ireneus Spies God

Too man, a weed; this thistle in its geometric perfection and beauty could only have been created by God

Sue Fletcher Spies God
Sue Fletcher Spies God

Family gatherings where we are comfortable enough to act silly and simply laugh at ourselves.  Such love is from God.

Victoria Bonner Spies God
Victoria Bonner Spies God

This photo is from one of the slot canyons in Paige, Az.  Centuries of rain and water erosion carved out a heart shape in the sandstone.  It reminds me that we may not always understand how, or maybe even why, but God always encircles us in His/Her eternal love.

Sue Fletcher Spies God
Sue Fletcher Spies God

Our house caught on fire years ago, a few days before Christmas.  It was a very scary experience and at the time, difficult to see God in the situation.  Thankfully it didn't take long to see how God used the firemen, the rescue squad, and so many members of our community to help us.  Even when there is a tragedy there are always people there to help. When we can't find God in what happened, we can always find God in the response.  And we can always try to be one of God's helpers.