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Tuesday, February 1, 2011

More Favorite Photos

A few weeks back I showed you a few photos that my husband, Ray, took when he was in Africa four years ago.  My husband is a preacher and he was there with an Evangelist friend of ours, together they ministered in South Africa, Namibia and in Madagascar.  They saw hundreds of people filled with the Holy Ghost speaking in other tongues just as people did in the New Testament.  What an exciting time he had!
Today I have a few more photos.  These are my personal favorites.  I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.











I think these guys look like they are laughing or smiling, one.






I enjoy photos of the locals, it's a wonderful thing to catch a glimpse of how they live, or what they do for a living.  The animals are nice, but I find people much more interesting.

I am joining Watery Wednesday once again, there are always lots of great photographers joining this little meme.

If you are snowed under, I hope you are able to dig out and I pray you all made it through the storms safely this week.

Hugs,


24 comments:

chubskulit said...

Beautiful photos!

My Watery Wednesday

Millie said...

Great photos, and that must have been an interesting trip.

J Bar said...

Great shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Luna Miranda said...

omg, those crocs are huge! these are terrific photos. thanks for sharing.

DawnTreader said...

Great pictures for Watery Wednesday, also reminding of how essential it is for life...

Pauline said...

Wow, these are so interesting. Sounds like the trip was very successful. My Pastor and his wife are American missionaries. We love them so much :o) Thanks for sharing your favorite photos with us. A lovely treat, hugs.

Cindy said...

Smiling or laughing...either one they look dangerous to me!!! Love your pictures!!!

Rhonda said...

oh my, these are fascinating pictures.
Their lives and surroundings are certainly different from mine.

and not that I really want to go to Africa, but it does look warm and sunshine-y, that is very appealing.

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Amazing...absolutely amazing!!!!

My Watery Wednesday Link

http://hootin--anni.blogspot.com/2011/02/foggy-mtn-breakdown.html

E W McCall said...

great photos!! what a great trip they had... miss spending time with our friends!!

Tammy@beatrice banks said...

The photos are wonderful but the testimony is, joy unspeakable! Thanks for sharing!

Pamela Gordon said...

These are beautiful pictures. You husband has a great 'eye' for photography. Pamela

rosarod said...

Hi Cindy, you got beyond the cold weather and changing and I here in the eternal summer, sometimes we want to have the snow it is today. beautiful pictures that they have access today, those experiences are perpetuated in the pictures, it's so nice to serve the Lord and take his word as far away and play with this word so many lives, Greetings, Rose Marie

Shelia said...

Hi Cindy! Oh, what magnificent snaps! Sounds like your husband had a great trip with many successes for The Kingdom!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

Those alligator/crocodiles look pure evil!!! They just can't do a friendly smile, it always looks menacing to me.

Do you and your husband travel lots? It's sounds awesome.

Sarahxx

Shabby soul said...

Wonderful photos!
I too think that peope are more interesting, I think that human being must be over all.
I was in Africa-Senegal, many yers ago, it was a great travel, I learned many things.
First of all that we (who can eat everyday, and have medicine, and go to school) are really lucky, and we have much more than we really need.
Darling Cindy, have a good day
Silvia

Susan in SC said...

These are beautiful pictures - so different than what we see here in the states.

MarieElizabeth said...

Wow, what an interesting trip that must have been. I love your header photo, it makes me want to move right in. :)

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

You've shared photos of sights that we normally wouldn't see in the U.S.!

THE WATER PIPES ARE FREEZING

The water pipes are freezing,
I cannot get a drink;
The water pipes are freezing
Underneath the sink.

I wish some kindly plumber
Would come with flame and wrench,
So I could get some water
My raging thirst to quench!


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Linda said...

Must have been quite the trip! I can't imagine how wonderful to see the wildlife in it's natural environment...

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Neat pictures, Cindy! :-)

Betty said...

Amazing photos. I especially like the last one.

Jane said...

these are amazing pictures!

Ana said...

Love the pics Cindy....But those alligators/crocks...not sure, can never tell the difference...Are just a little too close for comfort :-0 Have a wonderful evening my dear friend.

Much love,
♥Ana