11 February 2011 a post by Ian Adams

consider the ice and mud:

For the first time in my life I'm living in a rural setting, and I'm really enjoying seeing the natural world close-up.

This is a pic I took last month of ice and mud on the estuary near our home. Surely ice and mud shouldn't be this beautiful! The teacher Jesus suggested that we 'consider the lilies'. There's not many of those around here at the moment, but there's still ice some days, and oodles of mud. May the amazement continue.

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Love it. Reminds me of some of those aerial pictures of the surface of Mars where conspiracy theorists think they can see outlines of buildings or man-made shapes!

#1. By Andrew Wooding on February 14, 2011

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