Three Views From the Pier
This week’s photo challenge is about threes, or telling a three-picture story.
Readers who follow me regularly have already seen some of the pictures that I took while my husband and I were in Gulf Shores, Alabama recently. Today, I will show more of what we experienced on our trip using this three-picture format.
Three Views Along the Shore
I like the idea of using three images to tell one story, mainly because of my fondness for the number three. It reminds me of the Trinity.
God manifests Himself as triune, which means three in One. God the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost.
One God, as three Persons, revealing one magnificent love story for us.
“For there are three that bear witness in heaven: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Spirit; and these three are one.”
1 John 5:7
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From The Daily Post
© Sue Nash/2014
Beautiful images! I love how you tied the concept in with the Trinity. So much of God’s creation incorporates the number 3 or concept of thirds. Love when His ‘fingerprint’ can be seen.
Amen. All we need do is open our eyes to His truth! Thanks Rene
Thank you, Catherine. Blessings on your day!
Very nice post, Sue! I like 3’s also- especially the Holy Trinity. \o/
Thanks, Liz. I agree…love our triune God!
Stunning images. I like the bird one a lot. It’s staring straight at me in the eye! 🙂
Thanks very much Mabel. I didn’t even use a telephoto. He was perched on the railing of the pier long enough for me to get incredibly close to him! blessings and thanks for stopping by.
Beautiful photos and post!!
Thank you Skye. Loving your series on love! 😊
Oh, thank you, Sue. I am having such a great time with God–I love what His word reveals when you are concentrating on a special topic. He is so faithful.
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Your photography is beautiful and inspiring, and the way in which you capture God’s work is just magnificent! I wanted to let you know that your shoreline pieces inspired my work for the weekly writing challenge. Thank you so much for publishing your art so I can improve mine!
In case you’d like to check it out, here’s the link:
Adelie, as I wrote on your page, I am glad you liked my photos and that they were an inspiration. I appreciate your positive feedback on my work. I never tire of photographing God’s creation!
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Hi Sue! I just wanted to say Thank You for your ‘Threes’ photo contribution to this weeks Daily Post Writing Challenge: Threes. I really enjoyed writing the story that I wove from seeing your photo’s, I was given a lot of work I could use from your pictures 🙂
Thanks Victoria. How awesome that you got to move to the beach! I don’t think that I would ever convince my hubby. He’s a mountain lover! Blessings as you soak in God’s beauty. And thanks back for choosing my work to inspire your story.
The pleasures all mine, your pictures straight away inspired me for my story! The characters were very happy for their move. I’d love us to move to France when our retirement comes. I get your husband’s love of mountains, Alaska is one of my favourite places I’d love to visit – another of God’s marvellous creations! I wish you a blessed day 🙂
Wonderful photos. Love the one of the pelican.
Thanks. He was quite comfortable with posing! 😊
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Wow, I thought your pictures reminded me of Gulf Shores! Imagine my surprise to discover it is Gulf Shores! Very beautiful!
Thanks! Ha! Small world. 😊
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Thank you for the pictures, I hope you like my hundred word story based on your lovely pictures, would love know your opinion.
I did like your story. Honored that you chose my photos as inspiration. Thanks!
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These are beautiful, Sue. Nicely put together and I love that pelican!
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