Friday, December 25, 2009


ANGELS is the theme this week, chosen by Kim.

I love angels. I love pictures of angels, statues of angels, and the most wonderful of friends, who are angels to me.

One of my "angel" friends is Janice, one of the most good-hearted, funny, giving people I know. She gave me this one year, a guardian angel, to carry with me wherever I go. Isn't it beautiful?

Then there's this fragile angel that managed to move with me without a scratch.

There's a peace about her that feel when I take the time to notice her. Isn't that true of all angels? Yes, I think it is. Wishing you a peace filled weekend!

To see more shoot out photos, click here!


Kerry said...

Thank you for sharing your angels. Is the first one nestled in a shell?

Anonymous said...

Just beautiful, my mum collected angels, I now have her collection since she passed, they bring much comfort


shabby girl said...

Actually, it's inside a smooth, oval piece of glass! So it's not only great to look at, but it's also cool to hold!

shabby girl said...

Steven, maybe you'll share your collection on your blog??? Or join up with the Friday Shoot Out today???

Doreen said...

true friends are angels indeed!

Merry Christmas and a very blessed New Year!!

amuse me said...

Happy holidays to you too - it is great being blog friends! :) M

GingerV said...

Merry Christmas - hope you and your family are well and happy this Christmas day.

~JarieLyn~ said...

That first angel is very nice. Love this post. Merry Christmas.

Ann said...

How big is the angel that Janice gave to you? Could you put it in your poket or hand bag? Janice's a real angel.

Merry Christmas to you. I am in Australia, and Christmas was yesterday.

Rebecca said...

I'd love to have angels such as those. Very nice.

Gordon said...

Not too shabby, Shabby! I enjoyed it. I also enjoy yor other posts on your blog.

Pauline said...

Both your angels are beautiful. I really like your text, too. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

betteR said...

I really like the angel sculptures. Thanks for sharing!

SOL said...

Great shots! I agree that looking at angels brings a peaceful feeling. Hope you had a wonderful holiday.

Barry said...

Anything that gets moved without a scratch is miraculous. The movers must have been angels too!

We hope you had a very merry Christmas and are looking forward to a Happy New Year.

Barry & Linda

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  • The Way the Crow Flies
  • Fall on Your Knees
  • Poisonwood Bible
  • East of Eden
  • Shantaram
  • I Know This Much is True

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