Saturday, October 2, 2010

Have A Heart


This tree is in a yard on the corner of our street, and this picture is exactly how it looks.



"Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your hearts to him, for God is our refuge."
Psalm 62:8

24 comments:

Ruthi said...

Awesome! it does look like a heart-shaped tree. I wonder if the leaves change its color in fall it will be gorgeous if the leaves will turn red or yellow or gold.

Stacey Dawn said...

How cool is that?!

Arti said...

That looks magical almost, Ginny..
The tree looks so full, so bountiful.
The quote is so lovely, loved it!
Have a nice week ahead:)

Mildred said...

Love the heart and the verse!

SquirrelQueen said...

What an amazing tree, the heart shape is perfect. Great capture on that Ginny, the shape probably only shows up at certain angles.

You have another beautiful header shot. Your trees are turning faster than ours. I am just now starting to see some color.

Reanaclaire said...

How beautiful.. Love Heart... it means.. love is all around your neighbourhood.. amazing!

Sandra said...

I can't beleive you saw that heart. amazing, it really does look like one. the other amazing thing is your header and background. i am feeling like fall now, even though ours is still brilliant green. thanks for sending fall our way and could you puff a little cool air down here?

Jane said...

That is one amazing tree and one amazing picture!

Jane

From the Kitchen said...

First off--your header is not there!! I didn't get my morning leaf "fix"!!

The treat is amazing. Does it change color?

Best,
Bonnie

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Perfect.This must be a daily reminder of God's love for you.
Blessings,Ruth

Remington said...

That is SO cool! You have a good eye to find things like this! Thanks for sharing!

Karin said...

Love your header! Absolutely gorgeous! That is one beautifully, puffy heart shaped tree. Me thinks I can see dimples and a smile, lol! Would love to see it change its color!Thanks for the quote...

Stephanie V said...

Lovely tree. Good find for another great photo, Ginny.

Chatty Crone said...

Ginny - the picture and the verse go so well together. I love that tree. sandie

Neal said...

It must fork and each side of the heart is one of the forks...just guessing.

srp said...

It makes me wonder if they pruned it that way!

Ann said...

I tell my students, the heart's beauty is more important than the face's beauty.

Re: The food we served, those were giant scones, and we cut them into half. WE buttered 1/2. and spread strawberry jam on the other. These 3 inch scones were from a small bakery, and known to be very nice. I didn't try them as I was busy and I don't like scones.

We served some gluten free crackers too. Willow Creek is an American church, and we had to do thing American Standard.

I was sent to do some shopping in a supermarket I am not familiar with, and I didn't bring my glasses. It was very hard trying to read the small prints.

It is a good feeling, knowing that I have done something for God. I also made a new friend from Singapore, and invited her home for dinner. She is a missionary working with students and we have mutual friends.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Ginny, Wow---love your header and your background.... NEAT!!!!!

And your HEART tree is fabulous... I'm not sure I would have ever noticed it if it were in my yard... You are very observant.

Hope you have had a great weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

Silence Sings said...

That's amazing.....

S. Etole said...

what a great find ...

George said...

I 'heart' this tree.

Deborah said...

I love that tree!
Hi Ginny, my daughter lives with me! But I can't hear the baby from my room! I'm lucky.:) She doesn't want any help right now too. It was a long week! My friend died unexpected and it was my parents 80th birthday party today! So I'm way behind in my blogging!
Thanks for always visiting!
xxoo
Deborah

Doris Sturm said...

This is FANTASTIC! You don't think it was planned that way, do you? It sure looks like a heart!

Krista said...

That is so awesome! I would smile every time I drove by... :o)