An agave may have several sharp points, but its nuanced flesh always captures my attention.
God paints a new sunset every night in the desert.
Church of the Holy Cross
Surely God is in this place, the Chapel of the Holy Cross in Sedona.
Glorious Morning Glory
We are all lit by the light of God’s love.
The Heart of a Saguaro
I passed by this saguaro many times before looking up at this miracle.
Lef in the Light
In the light this leaf becomes significant.
Light Is Where You Find It
Even weeds in a parking lot look amazing in the light.
Lit from within. What if we could see the beauty of everyone in this way?
Even a prickly heart can be beautiful.
God can be found in the clearing after a storm.
Queen Butterfly on a Lantana
“The purpose of a caterpillar is a butterfly.” ~David Richo
Red Rock Balancing Act
These Sedona rocks remind me to be balanced in mind, body and spirit.
Saguaro with a Turban
How many years did it take for this saguaro to grow?
It wasn’t the red rocks of Sedona that attracted me.
His tail giving him away, a squirrel paused on a lookout post.
Sunset artistry after a desert storm
Sunset on the Lake
Another fabulous sunset. Thank you, God!
The Heart of the Cactus
I used to collect heart rocks until I noticed all the living hearts around me.
Titled Heart Close Up
Richard Rohr says, “Spirituality is about seeing.” If we were able to see things deeply, would our world change?
How many prickly hearts go unnoticed and unloved?
True Colors of a Lizard
Who knew that lizards conceal this fluorescence!?! Another example of God’s creativity!
Two Fawn in Montana
Two fawn on a Montana morning
Butterfly in the Dirt
I almost missed this butterfly on a hike until it landed in the dirt next to me.
These “smudgy” yellow butterflies are everywhere in the fall. I eventually wrote a blog post about them.
God makes beautiful things in the midst of our crooked lives.
I believe in blue butterflies.
Dragonfly Balancing Act
A dragonfly balanced on a stem.
I was looking for something else to photograph at a Montana pond when this spectacular moth landed in front of me. How many times a day do I miss God’s surprises?
The Center of Things
The unfolding center of an agave…like our stories.
A Harris hawk watching from above, like God.