A Breath for Your Spirit

Inspired by Trudy at Freed To Fly who wrote this week on her blog, “Thank you to all of you who share beautiful nature photos on your blog posts. They always breathe hope into my spirit,” I decided to purely do a Breathing Space post. May you be refreshed in your spirit and restful in your mind.

God saw all that he had made, and it was very good. Genesis 1:31

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24 thoughts on “A Breath for Your Spirit

  1. Oh, thank you so much, Lynn. These are awesome! They do refresh my spirit and rest my mind. 🙂 A great way to start my day. I love the verse you put with that first sled dog pic. So is that you in the last pic? That must have been quite an adventure! Again, thank you, my friend. I truly have missed your nature photos. Love and blessings to you!

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  2. Hi Lynn! Breathing space is welcome these days in particular. I love your photos. I’m a sucker for photos with dogs in them. The photo with you and the dogs is a great one. I hope you are doing well an enjoying life. See you on the OnScribe blog. 🙂 Blessings for now, Alan Anderson alias, Scarred Joy.

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  3. Beautiful, Lynn. I love taking photos out in nature but don’t get out much in the winter months when walking can be tricky. So my camera doesn’t get much use other than a few indoor shots until spring appears again. I thought that was about to happen until yesterday the temperature dropped and the snow began to drop with it. It’s once more winter and I still have to hope for spring to come soon. But these photos made me want to get out into nature again. Winter always seems to be twice as long as the warmer months.

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  4. Summer cam seem so short! And yes walking is tricky (and I broke my wrist this winter just doing that). May spring come soon! And in the meantime may you feel God’s warm love for you. 🙂 Have a wonderful weekend.

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    1. Thank you Lynn. Sorry to hear about your broken wrist. I have been fortunate in my nearly 75 years to never have broken any bones. I hope it stays that way. Today we had bitterly cold winds and tonight it’s snowing and blowing again. I’m staying inside until I have to go to church on Sunday. So for the forecast if no snow on Sunday. Sounds good to me. You have a wonderful weekend too.

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  5. Hi Lynn, I have been browsing through your blog. All of your posts resonate with me on some level. I also greatly appreciate the beautiful nature photos. I find they are a mini meditation for me. Your photos are stunning! A huge WOW on capturing the dog sled team. Thank you for sharing. I am glad our paths crossed via Jill’s blog.

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