Of Your Wonders ~ Facebook Page Annoucement

Of Your Wonders
I will speak of the glorious honour of Thy majesty, and of Thy wondrous works.

Psalm 145:5

My post today has a dual purpose.  I wanted to showcase a couple of recent photos and to announce my new Facebook page, Heavenly Raindrops.  It is my intention to use this site as a place to house my images.  Many of them will have links to blog posts which further expound. 

Because of sizing and positioning quirks inherent to Facebook Pages (which are driving me crazy ~ would appreciate any suggestions), I may also have alternate images on my blog.  For instance, the image above is the full view with the text overlaid in the way I preferred.  This is how I tweaked it for Facebook:

Of Your Wonders for FB

I have already posted this one on the News Feed, but it can still be accessed directly on my Facebook page.  My hope is that others will share these and participate in spreading God’s glory through social networking. 

As you may have noticed, I am not a professional photographer or designer.  I am self-taught, and a rookie, at best.  However, all God asks is my willingness to use the abilities He has given me, and to create what He inspires.  I am living proof that He uses clay!

I would love to have my blog followers Like my new site!  You can follow this link, or click the Like button on my home page.  

Now, back to the photo part of this post! 

My wild azaleas bloomed recently.  Though less spectacular than hybrids, they have a loveliness all their own.  Plus, they are maintenance free!  I just cannot get over the wonder of God’s majesty in them and all of His creation!

Close up and beautiful!

Close up and beautiful!

Blessings on your day, and always!
Sue

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7 thoughts on “Of Your Wonders ~ Facebook Page Annoucement

  1. Rob Barkman

    I appreciate the beautiful photos and the reminder that they are expressions of the greatness and beauty of God’s creation. It is a blessing! Lord bless you with the new FB ministry as well.

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  2. Teri Metts

    Beautiful picture, Sue! I’ve never heard of wild azaleas, and if I’ve ever seen any, I didn’t realize what they were.

    I’ve also noticed the FB pages quirks and don’t have any advice. When I post my photos on my regular status they seem to do better than when I post on my author page. If you ever figure out how to beat the FB quirky system, let me know.

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    1. heavenlyraindrops Post author

      I have found out the pixel specifications but even with those sizing guides, still crops them inconsistently. Same thing with me- it is when trying to post from FB pages, not the regular status.

      Reply

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