Sunday, 18 May 2014

Sunday Thought

“Many waters cannot quench the flame of love,
 neither can the floods drown it.

If a man tried to buy it with everything he owned, 
he couldn’t do it.”

Song of Solomon 8:7




Photographed

Paraguay 2007

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23 comments:

  1. Wow- was that river flooding? Very powerful.

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  2. Such powerful waterfalls. The sound must be deafening.

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  3. WOW!!! Truly amazing! Reminds me of Niagara Falls, but that is man made. What God makes is perfect, and perfectly beautiful.

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  4. A remarkable sight, Margaret. It is quite remarkable how there are trees living on the rocky outcrops. What a wonderful place to have visited

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  5. What a remarkable sight this must have been to see in person, Margaret! It is quite astonishing that there are trees living on the rocky outcrops. Wonderful

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  6. Fantastic shots Margaret, that must have been an amazing experience, to hear the roar of the water alone. Thanks for sharing them.

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  7. Brilliant water falls, it looks like really cool, lol.

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  8. Such power and beauty and how thrilling to experience it!

    ~Lindy

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  9. beautiful images.....you can feel the power of the water!!

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  10. I did not know there was waterfalls like this in Paraguay. Love it!

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  11. Marvellous waterfalls, nature is the most beautiful.

    Tomás.

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  12. Perfect, powerful Paraguay falls, clearly another place to add to my must visit list!
    Thank you for visiting my blog,I see we have daughters in Africa in common!
    Wren x

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  13. HI I see your blog you have lived in many places. I was wondering what past of Africa your daughter lived? mu daughter Judith is in Malawi and I am going there in August for a visit.

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  14. Thanks for sharing these gorgeous waterfalls.

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  15. Your Sunday thoughts and the photos are beautiful!

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  16. WOW! Love that first shot. Mesmerizing!

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  17. Fantastic series of photography of magical, soft and yet strong 'water' ~ xoxo

    artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

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  18. The water looks majestic. The place where you live reminds me of author Maeve Binchy.

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  19. That verse is so beautiful and the photos are majestic.

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