When taking photos of flowers I prefer to capture a side view of them in order to display the beauty of their graceful form that God puts into each of them. This particular flower is a purple and yellow viola, a member of the pansy flower family. I purchased this beautiful plant after the sales associate at Home Depot answered my question on what plants attract butterflies. Although I only saw a butterfly land on this plant once, I still love their graceful form, the colors they come in, and I especially love photographing them.

I added this particular Bible verse to my photo as a way to encourage all who see it because we are living in very uncertain times. It’s only when we seek God by coming through Jesus Christ, (who is the only way to the Father, John 14:6, the only Mediator between God and mankind, 1 Timothy 2:5, and the only name under heaven by which we can be saved, Acts 4:12) in the midst of these trying times, that we will experience true peace and hope in spite of all we may be going through as we walk down this road called life.
This photo was taken with a Sony A6000, a Sony 30mm macro lens, and was mounted on my Sony VCTVPR1 tripod with remote.

This photo is available for purchase as #WallArt and has also been added to many other items, such as pillows, blankets, tote bags, backpack, coffee mug, travel mug, jigsaw puzzle, spiral notebook, hard cover journal. and much more, in my ReflectHisGlory #Redbubbleshop at the link below:

Thank you very much for stopping by today! I hope that you will enjoy viewing the many photos that I will be presenting to you here on WordPress and I hope that you will also visit me at my new shop on REDBUBBLE!
God Bless You

Mary K Dalke – Reflections Of His Glory Photography – Reflect His Glory on REDBUBBLE

Reflecting the beauty of God’s creation through natural and creative photography styles.

“And we, who with unveiled faces all reflect the Lord’s glory, are being transformed into His likeness with ever-increasing glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.” (2 Corinthians 3:18)

“…whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.” (1 Corinthians 10:41)