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Emotion plus craft is art - Spirituality in 3d

Updated on October 13, 2007

God in my art

I'm a deeply spiritual person, though not religious. No wonder, God got into my 3d art!

If any of these pictures move you, please leave a comment. If none did, please pardon me.

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This is part two of my 3d series. Part one is here.

God in my Garden
God in my Garden
Temple in the Rain
Temple in the Rain
God in the Woods
God in the Woods
Where is God? God is Everywhere.
Where is God? God is Everywhere.

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      Dave McClure 9 years ago from Kyle, Scotland

      These are very fine pictures. Thanks for posting them.

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      perfumer 9 years ago from California

      I like all of them but "temple in the rain" is my favorite.

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Thank you paraglider and perfumer, for the ompliments!

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      Nathaniel Stalling Jr 9 years ago from Detroit, MI

      These are very good images, quite serene. Thank you for sharing them.

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Thank you, Nate, for visiting this hub. This is an old one, and you are a rare guest!

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      Merle Ann Johnson 9 years ago from NW in the land of the Free

      I love" God in my garden"..after all we are only ordinary men..and also like very much... "Where is God. God is everywhere".... thank You handsome G-Ma :O)

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      You are a kind soul, G-Ma, going around my garden of hubs, instead of to bed. And reviving many of my old hubs! Deeply appreciated.

      Even without the 'handsome!' wink, winkl!

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      Erin M 9 years ago from Portland, OR

      Lovely, very inspiring - I like the color and the light.

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Thank you Erin, for visiting one of my early hubs, and sort of reviving it!

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      Iðunn 9 years ago

      two favs - god in the garden and god in the woods - the light in the garden pic is fantastic~

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Thank you, Iðunn. We 3D people call it volumetric lighting.

      We sometimes cheat by using photoshop, instead. :)

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      Iðunn 9 years ago

      what was it the boy told steve martin in Leap of Faith? what difference does it make as long as you get the job done? :)

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Yes, that's the excuse! Any means. ;)

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      Iðunn 9 years ago

      good evening to you, too. seeing your smiling face moving around hubs is always great. I am at liking this profile pic of you. :)

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Ah, just when I thought it's high time I change it. I'll let it be till I get a better, then.

      Good Evening, Iðunn. It's nearly 7 in the morning here, though.

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      Iðunn 9 years ago

      we are exactly 12 hours different. that will be easy to figure out. I keep some weird hours though. :o

      yeah, the other little girl was thinking about changing hers, robie, but I like seeing the faces. I finally stuck a face pic in too, even though I love my socks pic, that sky.

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      I loved your socks pic, very poetic. You seemed a great swinger! :D And I wish you would smile at us next time. Like that nice pic you posted in your temp hub to thank hubpages for giving you access to your old stuff.

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      Iðunn 9 years ago

      maybe I'll change it if I ever feel like smiling again. yeah, those socks ruled and ahem, I still love to swing. it's like being a balloon or a helium blowfish - how floating must feel...

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      And the socks, though they swung, could mean anything. Just the right kind of intrigue. A very philosophical poem, too, by itself.

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      Iðunn 9 years ago

      I'm glad you like them. My socks, his sky. I can't look at that one right now, though - maybe laterz.

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      You could use it in a poem, too.

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      Iðunn 9 years ago

      oh I really hope not. 

      maybe much much later.  I think it took me 4 months to approach a line once - frozen sparrow love during the time of the revolution.  the line was originally a comment I made and I put it up for laterz and it was much laterz when I could look at it but when I did, it came out all at once with almost no revisions.

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Then, fine, I'll join you in hoping not. :)

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      In The Doghouse 9 years ago from California

      Kenny

      What incredible pictures. Each of them gave me impressions of Christ, as all things point to Him for me. I love the light that filtered in through the trees in the first picture, reminding me that He is the light of the world. Without being to wordy, with my explanations, I just think of it as revelation breaking forth, shedding new light on the world. The second is definately indicative of the Temple as it is a "high or holy" place, you have captioned it well. The third is like a river "continually running to the fountain of all righteousness" flowing to that awesome light source in the background. The fourth is simply a reminder of "the Garden" where it all began. These are beautiful, thank-you.

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      Iðunn 9 years ago

      thank you. :D I'm really smiling again.

      I'll try to get a temp pic looking absolutely horrible, yet smiling for a sec because you make such an effort to delight me. :p look fast though, I'm way too vain to leave a bad pic of me up long. :o

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Doghouse, be as wordy as you want; your comments delight me, and I hope, others who read them. You have given my pictures the same honour you gave the Dalis. :)

      Comments more beautiful than my pictures, thanks be to God!

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Let me take a closer look, Iðunn! Meet me at your latest hub!

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      Iðunn 9 years ago

      heehee :D

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      You giggly friend! You stood me up there!

      Though the 'Hi Kenny' takes care of a multitude of sins.

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      Michelle Simtoco 9 years ago from Cebu, Philippines

      Kenny, it's BEAUTIFUL!!! I am looking at it over and over again. I could just picture God and me sitting in the garden and walking through the woods, as I tell him events of my day. Thanks for sharing. :-)

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Michelle, just the reaction I love! Thank you very much. Though we know He is everywhere, the sun's spectacular lighting or some special manifestation of nature drives it home strongly that He is here and now.

      Thank you. :)

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      Zsuzsy Bee 9 years ago from Ontario/Canada

      Beautiful! There is nothing else to say.

      regards Zsuzsy

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      Thanks for saying that, Zsuzsy! :)

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      Laurie J. Brenner 9 years ago from Western Slope of the Sierra Nevada, CA

      I always love your stuff!

      Laurie B

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 9 years ago from Chennai

      You are very kind, Laurie!

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      Yagish 8 years ago from Israel

      Nice and peaceful

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 8 years ago from Chennai

      Thanks, Yagish!

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      Gary Eby 8 years ago from Cave Junction, Oregon

      Yes, spirituality is for me the process of going into the Light and letting the Light shine. Great work in this Hub! Best wishes for your success. Please see how I try to help others in new ways too. Sincerely: Gary Eby, author and therapist.

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      Ashok Rajagopalan 8 years ago from Chennai

      Thank you, Gary!

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