Monday, November 3, 2008

After Dinner Walk

Each time I drive up the road toward our home I'm greeted by a rainbow of color. There are four huge maples that stand tall against the sky in all their glory. I wanted to capture their beauty before the sun went down.

Abigail accompanied me, and we sang hymns all the way. I'm not sure the neighbors appreciated it, but we made a joyful noise anyway. ;0)

We saw some beautiful pampas grass, too.

The neighbors that own the home with the beautiful trees were out taking pictures, as well. We chatted for a few minutes and then went on our way once more.

And just for us, God drew the day to a breathtaking close.


13 comments:

Terri said...

That's so beautiful, Tracy. Most of the leaves are off the trees here. Enjoy the scenery!

Momma Roar said...

What fantastic pictures!! I post about our trees too! :-)

the voice of melody said...

God's creation simply amazes me everywhere I look!

You were able to take such beautiful pictures on your walk. Thanks for sharing them. :)

Mrs. Rabe said...

Lovely!

randi---i have to say said...

Beautiful! Those trees are amazing!

Amanda said...

Truly beautiful! And, a breathtaking sunset. Thanks for sharing these pictures.a

Michele said...

Beautiful, just beautiful! (o:

Mrs. Anna T said...

How beautiful! We don't see much autumn color around here. Most of the trees are either ever-green, or lose their foliage in less impressive ways.

lady jane said...

God's paint brush!

Your pictures are beautiful and oh how neat that you and your youngest daughter enjoyed these moments together. :o)

Kimberly said...

Beautiful pictures! I just love the colors of autumn!

mywonderfullife said...

Fantastic colors! Thank you for sharing them with us.

marilenearndt said...

We don't have such colors down here, so I showed your gorgeous pictures to one of my pre-k classes. 4-5-year old kids can be very contemplative, they were all oh's and ah's.

GardenGoose said...

what pretty fall colors. wanted to stop by and say "hi" and to wish you a great week.