Nature Photo Challenge: From Everlasting to Everlasting

Today’s nature photo is brought to you by a far too brief vacation in Maui 10+ years ago.

"Thou Art God," Maui, Hawaii, July 2005

“Thou Art God,” Maui, Hawaii, July 2005

This one’s from an all-day exploration of the island.  It was difficult choosing from the hundreds of photos I shot.  The ocean. The mountains. The sunsets. The flora and fauna.  All breathtaking.  I added the scripture to this one some time ago, so decided to go with it.  I breathe Psalm 90:2 during almost every experience with nature.

I have three distinct happy memories (from) immediately BK (Before Hurricane Katrina): My one month in New York working on my research and hanging out with amazing scholar-friends, the week my hubby and I spent in Hawaii, and my oldest nephew’s wedding in Dallas.  All are wonderful reminders that there was indeed life and joy before that fateful moment.

During our time in Hawaii, my hubby and I seriously considered moving there.  We still think about it every now and then. Who knows? Maybe, next year this time, I’ll be blogging from Hawaii. 😉

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  1. Oh my goodness, I was just job searching in Hawaii! Hehe. Trying to decide on my next move. Beautiful photo!

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  2. Thanks! and moving to Hawaii? Yes!

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  3. Beautiful picture! I’d like to be standing there…

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