Hi All! Blessed evening from the sweet isles of T &T and I’d love to welcome you all back to…
I didn’t know what title was to give this piece but I found that it really looked like waves washing upon the shore and then like a fish when I turned it to the side.
Job 37:10 By the breath of God frost is given: and the breadth of the waters are straitened.
So I combined both and called it “Fish Waves” The scripture verse above is one of my favs from the book of Job and always leaves me in awe of God’s magnificent power that is seen throughout His creations around us.
Whenever I look at mist, snow or the sea this scripture always comes in my mind as I say it out loud in silence to myself and back to God! ❤ By His breathe. His power itself that is indescribable, frost for the snow is given. This is evidence that everything that lives, lives and become alive by the life of God Himself.
Imagine not even the snow can’t live without Him. It’s by His own breathe it is given. The breadth which relates to the measurement of the waters *seas, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, etc* is straitened. Even the waves obey His command. He knows the exact measurement of it and He straitens them by His power.
This relates to the different motions of the water itself. Sometimes it’s rough, still, smooth, choppy, etc. I believe it also relates to when God brings peace to our weary souls when it’s tossed to and fro in the spiritual waves of life’s storms.
Elihu didn’t know God as Job did but some things he said to Job about the greatness of God was very deep. Everything he said didn’t matched up entirely to the characteristics of God for he lacked knowledge and truth of the living God’s ways.
I really loved what God allowed my niece to produced through this art piece and the message that derived from it. God bless and keep you all in Jesus name. Allow Him to calm the waves in your heart, mind, soul & spirit.
Art Technique: Water Applicant.
Colors used: *Can’t recall* 😦
Extra Art Applications: None.
Good Evening All! 🙂 How’s everyone doing thus far?
Every year when the Poui trees bear their radiant flowers on the isles I usually take images of it to share on the blog and categorized it under “Spring Time” since we here on the islands only experience two seasons which is rainy season and dry season.
Usually rainy season starts like within the late parts of April but unfortunately that has changed drastically. Right now we are still in the dry season. The climate has changed a lot and the sun is more hot than before. Mostly everything has dried up. Including the Poui trees in our yard sadly. They didn’t birth much flowers at all and it was pretty sadden for me.
It shows that our time on earth is quickly coming to an end. The earth is ready for redemption. She’s dying. Dying for new life. For restoration as we are along with her. My spirit felt grieved when I saw nothing but dry leaves on the ground below the tree but I still found joy in the midst of it all. I was happy to be alive to still capture His creations. It was a little different this year for me where this is concerned but I still admire the lessons learnt from nature’s various stages of change and growth. Be blessed & uplifted! God bless ❤
Hallo, Wie gehts? *Hello, How are you?* German 🙂 This trip was a blessing and a lesson as well alongside my bestie, her sister Denise, a family friend Awong and myself! We had originally planned to go Toco but God changed our plans and led us to go Maracas instead.
Toco Beach. *photo belongs to http://www.tripadvisor.com* via google search.
To be honest I was disappointed because of the change and during the week God was speaking to us and showing us where He wanted us to go instead but we weren’t seeing it until the day came and we learnt why He wanted us to go Maracas! I learnt that to go where God wants you to go and NOT where you want to go. Due to us repenting for our stubbornness and obedience to His guide, He blessed us with another trip surprisingly! Thank you Lord! You are great!
Maracas is known as one of the most picturesque bays on the islands due to several tourists that visited de island commentary, that’s located on the North Coast Peninsula of Trinidad. It’s one of the most popular beaches here and although before I had disagreed on it not being the most beautiful bay, I take that back!
*via google search trover.com*
Seeing it in real away from pictures on the internet is B R E A T H E T A K I N G ❤ My goodness! I never knew Trinidad was so scenic! What a blessed country God placed me to live in! It’s truly a gem friends. It. Truly. Is.
The road to the bay run through tall, hemispheric, mountains that overlooks the village of Maracas and also other bays that are private and separated from each other by mountains & valleys. Before you reach the beach location, there is a magnificent lookout that Dee and myself took pictures of on our way home…or so we thought! 😉
The first roll of pics were taken by Dee! Enjoy! 😀
The tide was really high that day.
If you look carefully, you’ll see a birdie high up in this palm tree!
Took a pic of me taking a pic of the sea ahaha!!! 😛
The bay was very hospitable to us by offering us fresh fruits with a pinch of salt & sand! 😉
This bridge on the beach takes you over the river that intersects/runs into the sea to a mini play park for the kiddies and vendors alongside the other end of the bay that sells sweet tasty, local delicacies and other treats! 🙂 It was worth crossing lol!
Wherever you lead I’ll follow you Lord…. ❤
Each mountain is shaped as a different animal that separate the bays from the lookout. The first one, a turtle, second a dolphin and the third a crocodile! Do you see them? We did!
I would NEVER forget how strong the Lord’s presence, love & peace was felt here when I stared otherworldly at His majestic creations! I saw His greatness before my eyes and had to burst out in praises to the King ❤ God. Is. REAL!!!!
Second roll of images captured by me….
Tammy & Diana ❤
Uncle Sam’s bark and shark is de best! No lie allyuh! *I’m not lying you’ll/it’s the truth* Translation. You have to try it whenever you visit! It was so good! We Trini’s LOVE to have this as well as our international visitor’s whenever visiting Maracas! 😀
The glory of the LORD overshadows me wherever I go for His glory ❤
After capturing images, wailing constantly in ohs and ahs, discussing after lunch about the Lord and His Word, walking the large bay from beginning to end and from the end back to the beginning, trying to assist a guy with his phone camera, interrupting a wedding *somewhat* lol, pondering whether to bathe or not and well it was a lot of pondering we did and our feet decided to happily enjoyed the sea bathe instead for the body, so yeah 😥 lol we were sad about our departure buttttt little did we know that we were heading into another adventure, when we lately noticed that our route to home did not. Look. Familiar….!
*via google search wrong way clipart sign*
When we questioned Awong and he told us Mount St. Benedict, we couldn’t be more excited for we always wanted to visit there! God is so good!
Mount St. Benedict is located in the Northwestern vicinity of St. Augustine, Tunapuna on top of a very high, wining hill that overlooks the East/Southern side of Trinidad. It’s rich in history and also in beauty if you’d asked me 😉 it holds a church, school and other facilities. To know more about Mount St. Benedict you can click on this link:- http://www.mountstbenedictabbey.org
The drive was soothing and the views were stunning on our way there. We didn’t get much time to venture around/ take photo’s because service was going on and they were just about to close, but the 10-15 minutes was worth the panoramic view, tranquility & mediating on God’s Word that I saw operating in life before me…
I’ll forever be chasing after you….. I’ll be chasing after you my Lord… ❤
Overall it was a blessed & enjoyable trip! We ended it with thanks to Almighty && purchasing de best tasting street food on de Avenue at night doubles! It was so good as per usual!
*via google search Trinidad food*
I never had it in the night before and it didn’t do my tummy no harm! Ha! 😉 I can’t wait to see where God will lead us to venture to next! I know it’s going to be amazing! Thank you for reading & coming along with us via photo’s lol! God bless and continue to…..
• ALL photo’s except for google related one’s belongs to La Petit Muse/GodInspiredArt.
Original Date taken: 24/08/2019.
More gracious gems have joined the family. I haven’t named since these two already have names. If I do that’ll be double naming them right? 😉 haha! God bless and much love! Enjoy! ❤
Rose Bush *I was so happy when I saw the color her first flower bloomed in! Ah my gash! In my fav color! Pink! ❤ *
Sweet Peppers *my nephew planted these and they are doing well thus far* 🙂
Offsprings from Rose *just a lil bonus added* 😀
GOOD MORNING! 😀
Another beau from my Father’s large list of flowers He created has been added al familía de jardin *to the garden family* at home.
Her name is Morning Glory. She awakes only in the morning and sleeps for the rest of the day until morning again. She bloomed very quickly and I was blessed by the beauty of her petals! ❤ her leaves are a bit dirty due to where we had to plant her, for her survival during the dry season. But God continues to remain merciful to her as He are with us despite no matter how messed up we may think we are. ❤ And imagine He loves us way more than thousands of morning glory flowers! ❤
No filter was added to these natural images of her! I just couldn’t! She’s too lovely! Be blessed! Byes! 😀 !
“Why look ye for the living amongst the dead?” *the one’s to the left are dead. Rose bears flowers daily and they only last the day and die during the night. A perfect example of how short our days on earth are and why we must cherish it and consume the time He has given us wisely to proceed with His will* ❤
Rosa bloomed very late. But it was totally worth the wait! ❤ the red dot’s remained me of His holy blood that was shed for us, making us beautiful from the inside out. ❤ God’s creation reflects His character in a lot of known and unknown ways that one can only see through the eyes of the Spirit and intimacy with Him.
This extra plant grow out from Rosa’s root, which is actually her child. I haven’t named her as yet though! Where did that time go??!!! I didn’t even get chance to see her graduate 😦 lol!!
Blessed Goodnight Family! 🙂
I don’t really like featuring myself on the blog that much for I don’t want to draw ANY attention to me nor for the focus to be on me. As I say it’s NEVER going to be about me.
GOD forever will get the glory in all areas of this blog that belongs/and has been inspired by Him for Him. I do like taking images of myself, but I don’t glorify myself. I love taking care of me and I love me.
When I look at me now from who I was before when I was lost and dead in sin, I see Jesus. I see who I really I’m and who He created me to be. Hence the reason why I choose to display the joy He has given me through each image I snap of me whenever I do *which is rarely* so that all can see who lives in me and what He has done for me! ❤
I really enjoyed producing these and they came out quite excellent! Haha! 😉
Graphical Feature Used: Oil Paint. *Image one above*
Graphical Feature Used: Cartoonized Stencil. *image 3 & 4* Color Coating: Sepia.
Graphical Feature Used: Posterize Edit. *image 5* Color Coating: Sepia. I was being playful that day when these were taken haha! I was watching on at maxi driver’s that held a very humorous conversation.
Graphical Feature Used: Posterize & Cartoonized *soft brush effect* image 6 Color Coating: Black & White.
Graphical Feature Used: Posterize, Cartoonized and Shadow *dry brush* image 7 Color Coating: Black & White.
Hmm I think this is the best I’ve seen me in cartoon form lol 😀 didn’t really favoured the horizontal and vertical lines in this stencil, but I appreciated it after some time after adding a pinch of color. 🙂
Graphical Feature Used: Cartoonized graphic #2 image 8
Graphical Feature Used: Cartoonized #2 & Shadow. image 9
Color Coating: Sepia.
Graphical Feature Used: Posterize edit. Color Coating: Sepia. *image 10*
Graphical Feature Used: Posterize edit Color Coating: Sepia. *image 11*
Graphical Feature Used: Pencil Sketch *image 12*
Keep walking with Jesus and those who haven’t start walking with Him. Now is the time. Not later. God bless! ❤ byes.
Blessed Night all! 😀 The night when I captured these photos I was happy to meet a new hopping friend! I didn’t had a name for him then but I do now and it’s Benny the grasshopper! 😀 I really love the images I got with him! Do enjoy! Blessings! ❤
Here is featured the moon and a star that was very close to it in late December of 2019 and beautiful lighted ships & rigs I love admiring by the window at night. ❤