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Wichita Botanica

Flowers, flowers everywhere.

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Anastasis

Something strange is happening- there is a great silence on earth today, a great silence and stillness. The whole earth keeps silence because the King is asleep. The earth trembled and is still because God has fallen asleep in the flesh and he has raised up all who have slept ever since the world began….

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Megan of the Corn

I am always on the lookout for photo opportunities, and I found one that was just too good to pass up. On my way to work are these fields of corn, and they probably grow to about six feet high. I’ve always wanted to do some pictures in a cornfield, but I’ve never really had…

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Pictures Good Enough to Eat

Megan has been cooking up the proverbial storm lately, and we have been getting some really compelling shots of her delectable creations, from a pesto pizza to blueberry ice cream floats. Enjoy, and if you start to get hungry, head over to Megan’s blog so you can make your own!

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Art and a Deal with the Devil

I happened across an interesting insight yesterday while sitting in a waiting room. I have never read Faust, and so I opened it up on my phone to start reading. I have a fairly vague notion of the overall plot of the book, and so when I started reading I was unsure if I was…

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Design: Lemons

As promised, I finished up a new art piece earlier today. I am taking part in a collaborative group effort to create posters based on quotes, and so I decided to take the famous quote/cliche “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” and put my own spin on it. Unfortunately, a polar bear had to…

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Photography: Downtown Wichita

This past weekend Megan and I took a trip down to Wichita to see my family and just enjoy a relaxing few days away from KC. As usual, we made the pilgrimage to The Nifty Nut House and The Spice Merchant. However, this time while we were in downtown Wichita we decided to take some…

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Design: Handmade Picture Frames- Tea Bags

Last night Megan and I had another fun art night, and I continued with my recent habit of making handmade frames of our wedding pictures.

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Photography: Overland Park Arboretum

Yesterday Megan and I headed out to the Overland Park Arboretum. If you live in southern Johnson County, you are no doubt aware that yesterday was absolutely beautiful. We took the camera along and caught some shots of the overwhelming aesthetic value of nature.

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The End

This week I was given an opportunity to share and Easter reflection as part of the GPS Insights blog at my church. You can read a truncated version here, while the full length version is below. “Look, I am coming soon! My reward is with me, and I will give to everyone according to what…

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