Godnterest Becomes Interesting

If a picture is indeed worth a thousand words, why not use photographs to prompt poetry?

Let’s face it: Godinterest is basically one giant Christian photo fest. Whether you’re posting inspirational Christian quotes or prayers, or finding places you want to visit, Godinterest is home to all.

As an entrepreneur, Dean Jones the creator of Godinterest always admired the world of photography for its immense innovative and creative power. It is an art-form that demands tremendous skill and profound discipline. It necessitates deep foresight and the ability to envision something beyond the evident.

This saying a picture is worth more than a thousand words was invented by an advertising executive, Fred R. Barnard. To promote his agency’s ads he took out an ad in Printer’s Ink in 1921 with the headline

“One Look Is Worth a Thousand Words”

and attributed it to an ancient Japanese philosopher. Six years later he changed it to

“ChineseProverb: One Picture Is Worth Ten Thousand Words,” illustrated with someChinese characters. 

If a picture is indeed worth a thousand words, why not use photographs to prompt poetry as pictures have the ability to make us feel happy, excited, and curious.

At Godinterest we really like pictures, and these are the pictures we really, really like. All of these pictures have been hand picked from a list of most viewed pictures on Godinterest in 2015. We hope you enjoy them!

 

The wondrous majesty of imagery knows no bounds. Indeed, as the saying goes “A picture says a thousand words”.

  1. great pics I enjoyed viewing them.

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