For this week’s Phoneography Challenge, I chose three iPad photos of skies at various times of day and in various moods.
The photos haven’t been edited in any way.

This first photo is one of many beautiful sunsets we experienced at Cape May, New Jersey last Thanksgiving.


The day this photo was taken, I was coming home from the store as the clouds became more and more dramatic. This wasn’t long after I’d had my iPad and I felt a little silly standing in the street in front of our house, trying for just the right shot. The clouds were moving so quickly that every shot I took looked very different.


This picture reminds me of the pictures depicting the glory of God streaming down from heaven. But after all, what is nature but God’s glorious handiwork displayed forΒ  us to see?


To see the other entries in this week’s challenge, just click here.Β  I promise you it will be worth your time.

  1. You’ve captured examples of nature’s abundance and serenity. Do enjoy the tranquility and nourishment of the coastline. Happy Phoneography Monday.

  2. Ryan says:

    Beautiful nature. Without editing, these picture are breathtaking.

  3. “When I consider the heavens…the works of thy fingers…” Beautiful pictures, well framed.



  4. Gracie says:

    Awesome shots! I really like that last photo where it appears as if the heavens just made an opening to welcome us home.

  5. mpejovic says:

    The colors on the first photo are just beautiful.

  6. Dee says:

    Oh wow Janet, these are beautiful photos, you have captured the sunset perfectly.

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