Sometimes, the object itself is not what is most important; it is what goes with it.
I need my lens cap, but the camera that goes with it is what I love.
I am fond of my wedding band, but my husband who gave it to me is whom I love.
I treasure God’s word, but it is the One of whom it speaks that I love.
“Lo, I come: in the volume of the book it is written of me”
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Well said!!!! 🙂
I appreciate your feedback. Blessings
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The words add a different perspective to the lens cap, I like it!
Thanks very much!
Very profound! I LOVE the message this conveys. Thank you for sharing this : )
I’m so glad it spoke to you. My husband thought I was silly photographing my lens cap! Thanks.
Excellent choice! And lovely text. Well done.
Thanks Tina. I just mentioned to another reader that my husband did find it humorous that I was photographing my lens cap today! But there’s just no telling what we photography buffs will use as subject matter! 😀
Wonderful interpretation, nice captured:)
Thanks very much!
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What a great sentiment.
Oh thanks Jeff. I appreciate your feedback very much.
very cool take on the theme – and esp. like the weeding band note!
Thanks. I really appreciate feedback.
i mean really lovely …
This photo I really like. Great take on the challenge.
Thanks so much. I appreciate you stopping by!
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Clever post. I feel inspiration coming on….