Sunday, October 9, 2016

God's Artistry

New England in the fall is always beautiful. Warm, sunny days, cool nights perfect for sleeping, the humidity of the summer has become a distant memory, mosquitoes and deer flies have died off, and the foliage turns from green to brilliant golds and reds.

This year, however, God has gone all out with his decorating and the foliage is the most brilliant I've ever seen. Sunlit trees look like they're on fire and other look like they've been touched by King Midas himself. All in all, it's just breathtaking!









Soon the maples, birches and poplars will be devoid of leaves and the tamaracks will be turning gold. All in preparation for a long winter's nap. But for now, the beauty of God's artistry is something definitely worth remembering long after the earth is covered with a blanket of beautiful, glistening snow and fires in the wood stove warm our hearts and hands.







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4 comments:

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

I hope this finds you and yours doing well. May we display your header on our new site directory? As it is now, the site title (linked back to its home page) is listed, and we think displaying the header will attract more attention. In any event, we hope you will come by and see what is going on at SiteHoundSniffs.com.

Sandy@American Way Farm said...

Jerry, good to hear from you. You site is very interesting and I'd be happy if you'd display the header. I don't post very often these days as farm life keeps me extremely busy. Maybe I'll post more now that winter is coming.

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Thank you so very much for giving permission. You can see your linked header under All, Daily Life, Land/Sea/Skyscapes, Pets/Livestock, Photography and the United States. If you could say something (preferably good) about SiteHoundSniffs.com here and there, I would greatly appreciate it.

P.S.: If I could still get out and about without a lot trouble, be assured that I would spend a whole lot less time online. In fact, if we had such a gorgeous place as yours, it would hard for my wife and I to spend very much time inside at all.

Sandy@American Way Farm said...

Love your site. I posted about it today.