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October 2008

Four Dimensional Love

By | love | No Comments

I have been greatly blessed by this bible study.

Based on this scripture…  Ephesians 3: 18-20

18may have power, together with all the saints, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, 19and to know this love that surpasses knowledge—that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God.  20Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us,

This is taken directly from a bible study that i have been reading by Reinhard Bonnke. Its been really helpfull and just so applicable..

God’s love is not a mere sentiment or emotional attachment. Nor is it a dutiful relationship as when we love a father because he is our father, or our children love us only because they are our children. It is the other way with God. He fathered us because He loved us, before we were born. God’s love is not fondness. When we love anyone we send them gifts, flowers, and write them letters. He does all that! He fills the wide world with gifts and flowers, writes His love with the stars of heaven, and the poetry of everything that is beautiful. But more than that, much more than that, the love of God penetrates our cold hearts, shed abroad by the Holy Spirit. It is the closest and most personal love.

Its not a duty that he has to love us as we are his children but because he wants to… and that is so cool and special…. as even if we think there is no one out there that could possibly love us there is one who is and does… GOD…

Love and charity in English are the same word. Love! It changes its own environment, and creates an atmosphere of greatness, openness, and generosity. Love never has a zipped up purse.

Love is as infinite as God, for God is love.

Do view the whole Study at this url.. http://us.cfan.org/Bible-Study.aspx?id=10503&page=1

Kenyan Flower Series #4

By | flowers, Toned | 19 Comments

This was a simple colour tone on a black and white images using the select color range tool…

I tried to keep the pink subtle and not to strong.. it has created a nice airbrish feeling but i am  not sure if it works too wel as the green did look nice… ??

Thoughts..

Kenyan Flower Series # 3

By | Depth of field, flowers, Macro, Nature | 131 Comments

This is a really nice shot and i almost already think this will be shot of the series..

Again the depth of field here is what makes this one special and just so soft and nice to look at..

No major post production was needed..

I quite like how i have framed it as it sits at the bottom of the frame propping up the lush green garden behind.

Thoughts??

Kenyan Flower Series #2

By | Depth of field, Macro | 3 Comments

This is a nice little tightly cropped image of… sadly i forget the name… but rather common flower in Kenya…

Again there is allot of depth of field in this and it works rather nicely i feel… it accentuates that nice red core of the flower…

Again just fairly simple levels tweaks here..

Would a more clearer shot with less depth of field have been better?

Warehouse Docks at Poole Quay | by night

By | light, Seaside | 4 Comments

This photo was taken at Poole quay… with a good friend of mine Luke Baker a talented graphics artist.. he is doing a graphics illustration project on the quay so we popped down for a spot of photography…

Im pretty sure this is one of mine.. as we shared my camera.. but if not sorry luke…

If you ask luke i kept baning on about the light on the water as it looked so nice… but thing was it is not that applicable to a illustrative piece of work that needs more definitions..

i like it as i have stylise the warehouse with a water colour brush and then mad sure things are perfect toward the bottom of the image… this makes a nice contrast from where the light is coming from to clear light reflected in the water..

what’s the verdict to peopels.. like it…