Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Fall in Northeast Ohio

We moved to Northeast Ohio back in February. When we moved here, we were told by many people that the best time of the year is the fall. That was no joke. We have lived in Ohio before and I grew up in Northeast Indiana, but I do not remember it being like this. The last week has been the peak season for the colors of the trees. And it has been amazing.

I thought I would just post a few pictures that I have taken on my phone over the past week. As I look at these trees and how they are changing, I just can't help but to think of Psalm 19, "The heavens are telling of the glory of God." If the colors of trees are this amazing, how much more so is God who designed and created the process where trees turn these colors. So amazing! Oh, and maybe the fall here is so amazing because God is being gracious before the hard winter buries us under snow.

Hey Kansas friends: you need to come in October next year. It's great!

This is taken from Patterson's Fruit Farm in Chesterland, Ohio
Another picture of the family looking at the beautiful colors from
Patterson's Fruit Farm
Red, Yellow, Orange, Green
Many different colors. It is a testament of God's handiwork
This is a picture from the back deck of our friends, John & Lisa Starr.
Doesn't that look peaceful?
Monique & I went on a walk on Monday and this is a beautiful
picture of the water & the reflection of the trees.
This was so peaceful, I could actually have had fun in
a canoe out on this water

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