Reflections of Creation

One of the greatest things that God has given humans is the ability to see beauty in the world around us. I have never noticed my dog stop and stare at the beauty of a forest or the incredible colors of a sunset, but these things have the ability to stop me in my tracks in wonder and awe. This website is my attempt to capture some of the beauty and glory of an indescribable God by capturing reflections of Him that I see in His creation.


roof head - most unexpected Monday, November 30, 2009 | 0

crashing coastline Tuesday, November 24, 2009 | 1

steeple Monday, November 23, 2009 | 0

the yellow background Saturday, November 21, 2009 | 4

The Monteleone Chariot Friday, November 20, 2009 | 1

This is the most preserved and most complete out of all the known ancient chariots in the world (around 300, yet only a half dozen are considered complete). This particular chariot dates from around 530 bc, and you can see it at the Met in New York. This was one of my favorite things I saw there.

bow bridge in central park Tuesday, November 17, 2009 | 0

a Monday bridge picture followup Monday, November 16, 2009 | 1

My mom wanted to know if there were fall colored leaves around this bridge, and there really weren't that many. The best picture I found to show would be this shot from in the bridge. So, there you go, mom.

the 1927 bridge Monday, November 16, 2009 | 2

This was one of those beautiful slightly foggy mornings that was perfect for seeing this 1927 wooden bridge. Alison and I saw three of these older wooden type of bridges in one day while driving around the countryside outside of Saint John, New Brunswick. I think my favorite part of this picture is the birds perched up on the roof.

Paul Revere's grave Friday, November 13, 2009 | 2

ancient glass Thursday, November 12, 2009 | 0

This is part of a stained glass window in a church in Halifax which I love. Jesus is healing this woman, and I love the detail work of her face and hair. This window dates from the mid to late 1800s (and the church building is from 1750). I love thinking about this window having been seen by worshipers for the past 7300+ Sundays.

Three days of fall - last one Wednesday, November 11, 2009 | 0

Fall is at its highlight here in Carlsbad. I drove around yesterday watching the breeze blowing the bright yellow leaves off the trees here and remembered how much I love this time of year.

Three days of fall - Day two Tuesday, November 10, 2009 | 1

Three days of fall - Day one Monday, November 09, 2009 | 0

sea caves Saturday, November 07, 2009 | 0

This is a picture of a sea cave in St. Martins, New Brunswick. These are fascinating because they are under water at high tide, but you can walk around in them at low tide.

quack reflections Friday, November 06, 2009 | 0

The fountain Thursday, November 05, 2009 | 1

I saw something tonight that reminded me of walking around parks in New York City, so I thought I'd post one from Central Park. I think my favorite part of this picture is the bird sitting up on the angel's wing. I took this on Alison's point and shoot camera, so I cropped out the left hand side which had the corner of some kind of banner. I did an unsharp mask and posted it. Enjoy (hopefully)

Old Burying Ground in Halifax, Nova Scotia Tuesday, November 03, 2009 | 0

I can do math! Monday, November 02, 2009 | 0

3 youth groups + 400 pumpkins + dozens of teenagers + 6 baseball bats + 5 water balloon launchers + 2 throwing axes + 1 twenty foot tall scissor lift = tons of fun for an hour

Reflections of Creation

the most important part of this website

I enjoy photography and I always find myself wanting more time to be outside with a camera. The idea of posting my pictures was born out of the love for my wife, Alison (, who hates it when I do not take my days off. This website, reflections of creation, is a way to force me to get out of the office from time to time and putting me outside where I love to be. While a creative outlet for me, I hope this is an encouraging site for you, and one which helps point you to the Creator of all this beauty around us. God is so much bigger and amazing than we could ever imagine, and He loves you and me! What an amazing thought! He loves us so much that He was even willing to let His son, Jesus, die as a sacrifice for us. That fact is more beautiful than any picture you will see on this website. I hope you know Jesus, but if you do not, please email me or go to Thanks again for coming and stop by again soon.

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