18 May 2009

The Power of Prayer




You might remember in the past that I have participated in the i Y faces weekly photo contest. Each week they sponsor a different theme and ask for photo entries, primarily face shots, that exemplify the week's theme. This week's theme is special and involves a contest to be featured in the i Y faces publication. Their request: the best "face" photo of your choice....


Though I had the option of delving deep into my multitudes of photographs of my children, I have chosen a picture of Frank-o that I just took last week.





For me, Frank-o's tightly closed eyes, clinched fists, and evident veins in his forehead are fabulous in this snapshot that I took last week during the opening prayer before Buck-a-roo's End of the Year program at preschool. Lord only knows just what it was that he was so fiercely praying about. We'll just keep that between he and the Big Guy upstairs!




I am submitting this photo into the www.iheartfaces.com Blurb Book photo contest. I am granting I ♥ Faces permission to use my photo in a printed version of a book for commercial use and possibly advertising of a photo book on both the Blurb and I ♥ Faces web sites.






11 comments:

Lara said...

What a sweetheart! I'd love to catch a glimpse at what was so important to him to have him pray that fiercely. Great photo!

Carebear said...

This is great - so funny that he is concentrating SO HARD on praying. Cute!

American in Norway said...

Oh this is precious! What a great capture.

Mandy, Dustin and Thomas said...

What a great and powerful shot!

Alesha said...

awww so sweet!!!! I love seeing children pray.

Michelle said...

awesome!

Diana - FreeStyleMama said...

Cute! My entry can be found here.

Melinda said...

LOL - that is some serious praying going on right there. If only we all were so fervent in our talks with God...

What a great entry!!

Katarina said...

I love the intensity. What a great picture. It made me smile. Nice work.

LeAndMatt said...

What a great shot.....precious...the innocence of a child!

Herb of Grace said...

excellent! Love it!