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© 2012 Mary-Elizabeth Kadlub
The various shades of purple crayons shown here have been used hard by the people I love. These Crayola crayons, that once would have stood beautifully as columns when new, now lay in ruins.
For whatever reason, this simple shot reminds me of the creativity of God. A miniscule portion of the depth of His creative character is exhibited here in only handful of purple shaded crayons.
I especially like seeing to the core of certain crayons as they are cross-sectioned, a.k.a. – broken. What spiritual significance that holds!
Taken on my windowsill in St. Petersburg, Russia.
August 1, 2012
Canon PowerShot SD4500 IS – Digital Elph
Canon Zoom Lens 10x IS