Brushstrokes (zoos ). Photo by spiritjoy
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Uploaded by: spiritjoy

Saturday March 23, 2013

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Caption: Who is the artist? The elephant or the trainer? Each brushstroke is carefully guided by signals the trainer gives the elephant. Let my life as well be God's artwork, as I paint my canvas, every brushstroke His.

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4. Cowgazer
5:45 PM GMT on March 29, 2013
That artwork is far better than a lot of the human tat that gets great acclaim, think I could do with an Elephant to pick things up behind me, then maybe I wouldn't get told off so much. Great photo.
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3. spiritjoy
5:41 PM GMT on March 29, 2013
Tell you what else is amazing about these extremely intelligent creatures... I got to ride one of them. During the ride my glasses fell on the ground. The elephant stopped, picked up my glasses with her trunk, and handed them up to the driver. Is that amazing or what?
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2. noneinc
5:31 PM GMT on March 29, 2013
I've seen an Elephant paint before but it was just blobs on a canvas.
This is amazing!
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1. CalicoBass
4:08 PM GMT on March 29, 2013
Very beautiful, love this!
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After my dear mother passed away in February of 2012, I sensed God had a new assignment for our family. So, in August of 2012 we moved from Mount Vernon, Washington, to Kalispell, Montana. What a delight to explore our new home! God's mercies and kindness and love truly are new every morning! Joyce

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