Monday, February 8, 2010

My Fifteen Favorite Photos

O.K., these aren't mostly photos (it just made for good alliteration in the post title).

Below are my fifteen favorite icons, graphics, comics, and photos that I have come across over the last few years. Some are funny while others are amazing. Some are just meaningful for their own unique reason. They appear in no particular order because that's how I found them. Feel free to use any of them on your blog (I assume you have one; if you don't, let's talk about that).

This one speaks for itself.

I like this one because of what it says on the bottom. Who knew Luther was a blogger?

This baby looks like a Baptist - he doesn't seem to want to be baptized yet. Look at his hand!

This icon shows the Lord's Supper as it should be. We see unity and simplicity in the one loaf and one cup.

We should all be certain our beliefs line up with the biblical gospel. This is a good reminder.

Erasmus was a man after my own heart.

I posted this silly one a few weeks ago. Why does a senior pastor get a special parking space? Shouldn't he be washing feet instead?

So easy to say and so hard to do.

This is an amazing photo of coral. Wow.


This is a real photo from the city where we served. That sign above the restaurant really does say that. At least they are honest about it.

Silly and funny.

A real photo of a stunning wave.

We visited the Taj Mahal in 2005. It truly is a massive work of art. This aerial shot gives a unique perspective.

This final one is a reminder to me to be thinking globally at all times.


Raymonde said...

Thanks for sharing, you know I love photos, so I like this post. Regards.

Eric said...


You're welcome. This was a fun post to put together.