Fire of the Phoenix

peeking out

 

Framed by farewell frosts

The year sinks like the sunset

Soon to rise again

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18 comments on “Fire of the Phoenix

  1. Gallivanta says:

    To a bright New Year we hope. 🙂

    • melodylowes says:

      Bright may be in the eye of the beholder… I have found that bright may not necessarily mean ‘easy’ or ‘comfortable’. May we have the courage and hope to see the brilliance behind every one of our circumstances! Happy New Year, my friend!

  2. inmycorner says:

    So incredibly happy to find you again, Melody! Such beautiful images. Thank-you.

  3. Heidi Viars says:

    AMAZING shot! Amazing God, who is with us, no matter what is ahead. Thanks for sharing your talent with us and pointing us to the Hope we have 🙂 Happy New Year, blogging friend!

  4. This is so beautiful, Melody. I’m craving a spot of snow in our garden (not on the roads though).

    Blessings for 2015 ~ Wendy ❀

    • melodylowes says:

      🙂 Our beautiful hoarfrost has been causing extended power outages. Today the cold weather broke and the beautiful frost fell off – but the power is on!!! May you experience more and more of HIM in the year to come, Wendy!

      • Ouch. I hope you had a wood stove keeping you warm. Nature played with our weather recently, and our town had some flooding. All’s well now. ❀ Happy New Year!

      • melodylowes says:

        Oh, dear! The news from all around the world makes me think our poor earth is rejecting us all after all the garbage (literally and figuratively) we have thrown at her all these centuries. Sigh. I have a feeling things might get very interesting this year on a lot of levels… Happy New Year to you, too!!

  5. Paislee Blu says:

    Ohhh, isn’t this lovely–WOW-Wonderful, Mel!! Wishing you ALL God’s blessings in the New Year! love, caddo

  6. Delft says:

    Beautiful picture!
    A happy and productive 2015!

    • melodylowes says:

      Thank you! Happy and productive both sound great to me. Happy New Year to you, and many beautiful and captivating words – all put together in the right sequence! 🙂

  7. Debbie says:

    Oh so beautiful, Melody! Thank you for helping us send off 2014 and welcome the new year!

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