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Sabbath Sunset

Terrie Heslop

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Cottonwood, Ar - United States

.... Great subject, texture, composition, and color... Today it was Published in the Internet publication ARTISTS NEWS.... Anyone can Just Highlight this link ---- - Use Ctl-C to copy and Ctl-V ---- to put it into the Browser Address, to view the publication. You can then, Tweet, FB, and email, etc a copy of the publication, to just anyone you feel would be interested. Happy Promoting! :-)

Terrie Heslop replied:

Thank you very much, Nadine and Bob for the great promotion!!

OLDHAM, LA - United Kingdom

this is stunning, v/f

Terrie Heslop replied:

Thank you very much, Loraine!

Calgary, AB - Canada

Gorgeous sunset! Superb colour, and light highlights all of the dandelion seeds.V

Terrie Heslop replied:

Thank you so very much, Laura!

West Bend, WI - United States

This is beautiful! v/f

Terrie Heslop replied:

Thank you, James!

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Thank you, Janis!

Putnam , CT - United States

Gorgeous work Roger!!

Terrie Heslop replied:

Thank you so very much, Neal!

Clinton, MN - United States

So nice..voted

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Thank you, Lo !

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Thank you, Sonali!

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Fort Worth, TX - United States

lovely scene, great capture of the sunset! v

Terrie Heslop replied:

Thank you so very much, Joan!

Victor, MT - United States

Thanks Terrie!

Terrie Heslop replied:

Your welcome, Merie

Victor, MT - United States

Terrie, what F-stop did you use? Something around 22?

Terrie Heslop replied:

You were close, I had to go back and check.... It was F25 with 1/125 exposure.

Victor, MT - United States

One of my favorite sunsets! F/V

Terrie Heslop replied:

Thank you so very much, Merle!

Fruita, CO - United States

v9, excellent

Terrie Heslop replied:

Thank you very much, Bob!

Prairieville, LA - United States

Beautiful capture.

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Thank so very much, Scott!

Palatine, IL - United States

Gorgeous capture, Terrie. v/f.

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Thank you very much, Julie

Jacksonville, fl - United States

Good Luck in the Contest - Sunlight Photo Contest V/F/FB/T/G+ promotions v5

Terrie Heslop replied:

Wow, thank you so very much Sherry! What a blessing in your promotion.

Grants Pass, OR - United States

Beautiful and inspiring! V/F +++ Blessings +++

Terrie Heslop replied:

Thank you very much, Cindy!

Springfield, MA - United States

Gorgeous work! Beautiful composition and timing!

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Thank you very much Michael!

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Sabbath Sunset


Terrie Heslop


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A beautiful Sunset to begin your Sabbath Rest.
Shabbat begins sundown on Friday evening and last til Saturday evening.
We are commanded to remember Shabbat; but remembering means much more than merely not forgetting to observe Shabbat. It also means to remember the significance of Shabbat, both as a commemoration of creation and as a commemoration of our freedom from slavery in Egypt.

In Exodus 20:11, after Fourth Commandment is first instituted, G-d explains, "because for six days, the L-rd made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, and on the seventh day, he rested; therefore, the L-rd blessed the Sabbath day and sanctified it." By resting on the seventh day and sanctifying it, we remember and acknowledge that G-d is the creator of heaven and earth and all living things. We also emulate the divine example, by refraining from work on the seventh day, as G-d did. If G-d's work can be set aside for a day of rest, how can we believe that our own work is too important to set aside temporarily?

In Deuteronomy 5:15, while Moses reiterates the Ten Commandments, he notes the second thing that we must remember on Shabbat: "remember that you were a slave in the land of Egypt, and the L-rd, your G-d brought you forth from there with a mighty hand and with an outstretched arm; therefore the L-rd your G-d commanded you to observe the Sabbath day."

What does the Exodus have to do with resting on the seventh day? It's all about freedom. As I said before, in ancient times, leisure was confined to certain classes; slaves did not get days off. Thus, by resting on Shabbat, we are reminded that we are free. But in a more general sense, Shabbat frees us from our weekday concerns, from our deadlines and schedules and commitments. During the week, we are slaves to our jobs, to our creditors, to our need to provide for ourselves; on Shabbat, we are freed from these concerns, much as our ancestors were freed from slavery in Egypt.

The Sabbath (or Shabbat, as it is called in Hebrew) is one of the best known and least understood of all Jewish observances. People who do not observe Shabbat think of it as a day filled with stifling restrictions, or as a day of prayer like the Christian Sabbath. But to those who observe Shabbat, it is a precious gift from G-d, a day of great joy eagerly awaited throughout the week, a time when we can set aside all of our weekday concerns and devote ourselves to higher pursuits. In Jewish literature, poetry and music, Shabbat is described as a bride or queen, as in the popular Shabbat hymn Lecha Dodi Likrat Kallah (come, my beloved, to meet the [Sabbath] bride). It is said "more than Israel has kept Shabbat, Shabbat has kept Israel."

Roger Reeves and Terrie Heslop are joint collaborators in Tikvah's Hope Photography. Tikvah is Hebrew for Hope, and Tikvah's Hope means from Hope to Hope or like from Faith to Faith.
It is a process of growth, and encouragement they give to each other. They spend their time together photographing the Nature around them where ever they go, or visit.
Roger and Terrie is a husband and wife team that serves their Lord G-d (YHVH) Yehovah / Yeshua HaMashiach.
All good things were created for our enjoyment and pleasure and are a testimony to the divinity of a very complex G-d that loves us.
Though we are self-taught, in the art of photography, and ever expanding our interests, we keep in mind that all we have and do is to the Glory of the One that blesses us and teaches us of his ways.


August 20th, 2012


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