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Up from the Grave He Arose

Be thou comforted, little dog, Thou too in Resurrection shall have a little golden tail.  (Martin Luther, German Theologian and Reformer, 1483-1546)

[Today I'm in Amsterdam.]

Up from the Grave He Arose

Be thou comforted, little dog, Thou too in Resurrection shall have a little golden tail.  (Martin Luther, German Theologian and Reformer, 1483-1546)

[Today I'm in Amsterdam.]

comments (16)

  • Neil Tandy
  • Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 8 Apr 2007, 08:01
I got confused 'cause I didn't see the photo at the top of the ratings!! Another stunningly simple and beautiful photo Ginnie, perfectly composed for a resurrection. Lovely sky in the b/g also. I like it a lot. Many kind regards, Neil.
Ginnie Hart: Thanks a million, Neil!
  • Abi
  • 8 Apr 2007, 11:08
I like the angle choice of this image
Ginnie Hart: Thank you kindly, Abi.
Hummmm sweet picture, very well framed and focused... Have a nice WE. Ginnie
Ginnie Hart: Thanks, Roland. We had a splendid day here in A'dam yesterday. Sunny and cool. Very comfortable walking about for 3 hours!
  • Ruth
  • Michigan, USA
  • 8 Apr 2007, 13:15
Stunning! And that one backlit blossom is beautiful and symbolic. Happy Easter to you and Donica!
Ginnie Hart: Ohhh, thanks, Ruth. We had such a glorious day here in A'dam, as you already know. I think we were warmer than you in Michigan, however, from what I've heard!
  • chris p
  • waiting for the first cuckoo!
  • 8 Apr 2007, 15:38
Very pretty Ginnie smile
Ginnie Hart: Thank you, Sir!
Simply Beautiful!Happy Easter Ginnie!
Ginnie Hart: Thanks a million, DD. We had a very restful day here in A'dam. Even had a chance to take 3-hour walk in the afternoon around the neighborhood on a sunny, 60-degree day.
Nice angle from below. This is a good idea, Ginnie! I am planning to borrow it at the next opportunity smile
Ginnie Hart: Go right ahead, Martin. I'm certain there's nothing original about it! smile
Hi Ginnie, great minds must think alike.

Fantastic shot. DoF and exposure is lovely.

Not too sure about the religion stuff though.

Have a look at my Monday post. I hadn't seen yours first, honest.
Ginnie Hart: You're so kind, Chris. Thanks.

The "religion stuff," of course, has to do with the Christian holiday, regardless of one's faith. I lost my religion a long time ago but my faith/spirituality is bedrock for me still.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 8 Apr 2007, 23:06
You must be busy, since you haven't replied yet. Hope you two arrived safely in Amsterdam. I know moving is busy times and at the end of the day you just flop into bed.

Another great dogwood pic. Composition is great. Quote is lovely - didn't know ole Martin thought that dogs will grow new tails.
Ginnie Hart: Well, it was a bit busy there for awhile but not hectic. I'm a real nester and had to get everything in its place right away. But now things are settled. We even had a chace to take a 3-hour walk around the neighborhood yesterday on a sunny day. Yup. Lots of pics. smile

Right now I'm free-loading on someone's wireless, using my laptop (which we discovered this morning). So I'm a happy camper. smile Hopefully we'll get our Internet connection this week!
  • Ellie
  • 8 Apr 2007, 23:39
Look at those flowers reaching up towards the sky, they're gorgeous.

Appropriate for today Ginnie. Lovely smile

Hope Amsterdam's wonderful ...
Ginnie Hart: Thank you, Ellie. And yes, A'dam is wonderful! We took a lovely 3-hour walk around the neighborhood yesterday on a sunny, 60-degree day. I know I'm gonna love it here! smile
Now I see what your comment meant yesterday to Deb. I like this to young lady but what's with the dogwood. And just for the record I like this one just as well if not better.
Ginnie Hart: You're a sweetheart, Johnny. Thanks.

The dogwood was what I used to make a little series, I guess, for the 3-day Easter weekend from Good Friday to Easter Sunday. Since the legend has to do with the crucifixion, I wanted to "redeem" the flower, I guess. (Or maybe you already knew that and it was a rhetorical question!)
  • Mia
  • 9 Apr 2007, 06:11
This is one of my favorite flower shots now grin
Ginnie Hart: Awww. Thank you, Mia. You're so kind.
Fantastic! This one goes to my likeys. smile
Ginnie Hart: What a sweetheart, Julia! Thank you kindly.
Great angle of view. The yellow color is excellent against the blue sky.
Great shot Ginnie !
Ginnie Hart: You're a sweetheart, Gustav, for stopping by and commenting. Thank you.
Oh this flower is outstanding Ginnie! It's definitely a personal fav. I love the blue sky as well and judging from the amount of comments, I'm not alone with that thought. Great job!
Ginnie Hart: Thanks, Jen. This is one I took last year with my old camera, but I couldn't get a similar "pose" this year so I just used this one. You know how that is, I'm sure. smile
you're very talented, this one could be in a book !!
Ginnie Hart: Awww. Thanks, Zeb.

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