Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Pot Of Gold At The End Of The Rainbow

"Pot Of Gold At The End Of The Rainbow"  Photo by Judy Royal Glenn

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My dad sent my entire family and our extended family on a cruise to the Bahamas for Thanksgiving!  There were twenty-two of us all together.  We had a blast:)

 
  As we were headed out of port, I noticed the biggest rainbow I have ever seen in my life.  
 
The shrimp boat will give you some perspective.
 
  God is good:)


Monday, November 28, 2011

Excuse Me!

"Excuse Me!"  Photo by Judy Royal Glenn
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I can't believe I got a photo of a pelican pooping at sunset!  Wow:)

Friday, November 25, 2011

Curly, Larry, and Moe!

"Curly, Larry, and Moe!"  Photo by Judy Royal Glenn
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I knew this may be one of my last photo sessions before winter strikes!  I got up early to go to the beach and asked the Lord to bring birds so I could take photos.  When I got to the beach, I noticed two very large birds near the shore!  They were pelicans!  As I got closer, I noticed one of the pelicans was resting. Then I saw a seagull next to the pelican.  Why would a seagull want to hang out with the big boys, I'll never know?!

Well, better late than never.  I went on a cruise this week and had two posts scheduled to publish while I was gone.  When I looked tonight....they weren't published!  Sorry:)

Location: St. Simons Island, Georgia

Friday, November 18, 2011

A "Knock" At The Door!

"A 'Knock' At The Door!"  Photo by Judy Royal Glenn
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I went to the door to let my dog out and as I opened the door, she stopped and stared at the door frame.  I looked down to find this little fellow.

Notice the appearance of his fake eyes!  Don't be deceived at the outside appearance of a person, animal, or object, for hidden inside could be something very beautiful! 

 


Wednesday, November 16, 2011

An Optical Illusion!

"An Optical Illusion!" Photo by Judy Royal Glenn
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I just love this flower with the neat little green slits in the back of the flower.  Well.....I thought they were slits until I went back to the Botanical Garden the next time and saw the flower again.  It is an optical illusion! There appears to be slits so you can see the background behind the flower, but the green coloring is part of the flower!!  Kinda neat:)  


This is a different flower that shows it a little better!

Friday, November 11, 2011

Content In The Shade

"Content In The Shade"  Photo by Judy Royal Glenn
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This ram seemed content in the shade!

Location:  Wild Animal Safari, Pine Mountain, Georgia


Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Under The Lily Pad Flower

"Under The Lily Pad Flower:  Photo by Judy Royal Glenn

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I had a little help with this photo. The Lord once again answered my prayer!  The odds of taking a photo of a lily pad flower and a frog just happened to be there......maybe a million to one?


Monday, November 7, 2011

Jelly Bean Flower

 "Jelly Bean Flower" Photo by Judy Royal Glenn
Location:  The State Botanical Garden of Georgia

 
Again, I was amazed by God's sense of humor.  Click on this photo for a closer view so you can see the little flowers that look like jelly beans!  Amazing:)  I went back to get a better photo and the "jelly beans" had dried up:( 
 

Friday, November 4, 2011

Popcorn Anyone?

"Popcorn Anyone?" Photo by Judy Royal Glenn
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I love this pretty, 3D photo, but I also see the humorous side to it as well. The stamen looks like popcorn!!

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Don't You Love My Pretty Eyelashes?

               "Don't you love my pretty eyelashes?" Photo by Judy Royal Glenn              
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Location: Wild Animal Safari, Pine Mountain, Georgia

My son was my assistant photographer and helped me stage this photo. While we were on our safari, he threw food out of the window.  The ostrich at one point had his head in our SUV.  Hence, the reason we can see its eyelashes so well!