Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Heralding Fall


Although the foliage here in Mississippi hasn't started turning yet, there are a few signs along the roadsides heralding the arrival of Fall.  I recently ventured off the beaten path in hopes of capturing some of those signs with my camera, and wasn't disappointed.

My first stop was at a beautiful cotton patch not far from Vicksburg.  It was a perfect day, and puffy white clouds against the brilliant blue September sky looked as if they were reflecting the tufts of white cotton from the fields below.  


Here are a few more pictures I captured of the fields and fence rows of the countryside around Vicksburg.


I hope you're enjoying the arrival of Fall wherever you are, and can take the time to really appreciate God's glory up close and personal.

3 comments:

racheld said...

How absolutely stunning, each and every one---you always seem to have been standing right out my front door back in the Delta, looking at that vast sky over the cotton fields.

And I SWEAR, I haven't lost QUITE all of my mind yet. Guess I was so excited over the books, I wanted to share it with you TWICE. Thank you for such sweet words---I truly recommend that company (yours with full-size pictures, whereas I opted for the small, because mine are mostly WORDS).

love and,

rchl

racheld said...

PS I think "God's Glory Up Close" would be a fantastic title.

Carolyn said...

I love the cotton fields! I missed my yearly visit so I am so glad you shared.