Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.

Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.
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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Friday Shoot Out-Theme- Delicate, things in my town.

Theme for Friday Shoot Out this week is
Delicate things in my town.

I did all my delicate shots one day when I was at Nazareth Campus doing some volunteer hours.
 A Christmas Amaryllis on display
in the foyer.

 In the foyer at Nazareth Campus.

A gift from India in the Visitor's Center.
Painting on an Ostrich egg.

 African Madonna and Child
at Nazareth on loan from a personal collection.


Visitor's Center.

 From Belize

From Ethiopia 
Represents all the peoples of the world.

These pieces of art were done by natives of the different countries where the sisters and associates serve.
None of these pieces of art are for sale.
Them were all gifts of love.

My front door.

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Please pray for Rebecca

Dear Mary look after your beautiful

An angel among us
Spreading love and hope


Vee said...

That wreath of people is so neat. I really like it a lot! You found some lovely delicate things and who knew that you'd even find something delicate at your front door?

Your motivational picture is making me grin. When you're as terrific as you, do you really need to be humble? =)

helen tilston said...

I love the hand made gifts from Africa
You are a very good photographer
Helen xx

Jama said...

The collection of art pieces there are simply amazing and I just love that mirror with beautiful wooden design.

Pauline said...

You found some lovely, delicate treasures. But my favourite - your front door! How lovely it is!

Rudee said...

I think my favorite is the beaded necklace. Stunning!

GrandmaK said...

Wishing you a wonderful weekend!!!! Cathy

Peg said...

What a lot of delicate lovelies - great pics - thanks for sharing!

Bagman and Butler said...

Not only were the pieces delicate but the overall theme of the delicacy of human connection around the world came through. Wonderful post. And prayers continue for Rebecca.

GingerV said...

I love the shot of the sweet pea(?) vine in the blue jar - reflection and all, great shot.

La Petite Gallery said...

Just said a prayer for her. Love your front door.

you are always so busy.. Have a wonderful weekend.

Ann said...

Once upon a time, we shared a ribbon bamboo plant. Now I see at your foyer, another plant I used to have. In South East Asia, we call it a money plant.

Southwest Arkie said...

You nailed the theme this time- the second shot is just perfect!

DawnTreader said...

My favourite here is the egg. Lovely.

J9 said...

Love the figure from Belize.

Suzy said...

Beautiful treasures. I love the ostrich egg. Thanks for visiting my blog.