The Fingers of God takes us on an exciting journey. A photographic essay with commentary, The Fingers of God brings a message. The gifts of nature are within reach, available whereever we are. This book is a journey, a spiritual journey through skies and gardens; an exaltation of nature. The message is twofold, first that the natural is evidence of God. While humankind has enhanced and expanded upon that which exists in nature, that original atom, that first seed must have emanated from a higher power. Second, we all have access to the marvels of nature, close at hand. With little effort, we can all experience the Fingers of God - and it is worth the effort. Beginning with the skies and condensation, the actual Fingers of God are those extraordinary rays that reach out upward and downward through the clouds. The clouds provide a showcase for the sun, either as a white layer or billowing panorama. Sunrises and sunsets are often indescribable spectacles. When the clouds are filled with water, the rains begin, sometimes as light showers, often as storms. The journey continues through these storms and ends in the delightful and exciting gardens that are created by seed, water and sun. .......... Travelling through The Fingers of God, the photos take on a different meaning with each viewing. Take more than a moment to study the photos and accompanying text. Enjoy the journey.
Number Of Pages: 68
Published: 21st May 2007
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 21.59 x 0.46
Weight (kg): 0.14