For Cee’s FOTD Challenge, a stationary flight of orchids, a presentiment of heaven’s messengers of eternal beauty and holy joy.
For Cee’s FOTD Challenge, a crepe myrtle attuned to the sun’s warmth: pink blooms balance on gladdening green to sing of summers gone, now here again.
For Cee’s FOTD challenge, here’s a hardy troop of succulents who weather the dry and hot days of summer with all the resoluteness, even showiness, of their invincible ilk: the oft-overlooked stonecrop.
For Cee’s FOTD challenge, an unexpected summer rain had me scurrying under this young maple tree and wondering, Where do trees go to hide from storms? Or is the canopy of the sky providence enough, frowning though it may be? From it God waters thirsty roots and showers drops of light to hang on parched leaves, and oh, how they glisten and shake with joy in the breeze!
For Cee’s FOTD challenge, a consideration of how a gang of orchids manages to create a riot of colors right in front of your jaded eyes.