Wednesday, November 4, 2009

At Eventide

Joining Kathleen at Faded Charm for
(There are a couple of little white things in this post~
see if you can spot them!)


Joining Susan at A Southern Daydreamer

Please visit these ladies for more
White Wednesday
Outdoor Wednesday

When Gentleman Farmer arrived home from work,
he asked if I would like to go for a walk
in the woods behind our house.
Perhaps you would like to join us?


The sun is almost set.

The golden rays cast a shimmering light on the Maples.

Our little town, across the water





moss and lichen...

embellish the woodland floor.

And then...



"And Isaac went out to meditate in the field at the eventide:"
Genesis 24:63


Olde Dame Penniwig said...

How peaceful and serene a walk. It is beautiful where you are. Thanks for sharing it; I feel as if I got to go, too!!!

Marqueta said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

I'm so glad you still have autumn colors there! A wind/storm came and blew all of ours away!

What a beautiful view, with lovely toadstools and lichens. Thank you for inviting us along!



The Quintessential Magpie said...

What a wonderful fall walk. Lovely photos and peaceful surroundings.

Happy Outdoor Wednesday!

Mary said...

What a lovely walk. You are blessed to be surrounded by such beauty. I hope you are having a wonderful Outdoor Wednesday.

Emily said...

What a wonderful walk you had! I so felt like I was there walking with you! Beautiful photos! We don't have very many Fall colors left here ~ Have a glorious day!

Christa said...

Ahhh, how peaceful. I needed that.



Miss Jen said...

Awww..... BEAUTIFUL!! :)
Lady Farmer~ what a delightful

Many Blessings~ Miss Jen

Nadine said...

How beautiful! Is that the sound or a lake that you are so close to?
How nice to be able to have such a lovely place to walk so close to home! Thank you for sharing!


The B's said...

My favorite is the silvery moon just rising behind the velvet trees...

And George Winston is the perfect choice to accompany...=)

Thoughtfully blended hearts said...

Beautiful photos!!!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Hi Lady Farmer, I enjoyed my walk with you and Mr. Farmer. I live in the country too and soon as the first frost hits then I will be walking in the woods again. I like to wait for the crawlies to find their way to sleep before I venture in to the woods. Usually Thanksgiving day is my first long walk through the woods and around the lake. Beautiful White Wednesday post. I hope you will come for a visit.

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Oh! what a wonderful walk you had, I do enjoy seeing all of the things you saw and photographed. How sweet of your dh to take you on a walk. I enlarged the view of your town, and what a beautiful view. Thank you for sharing.

Thank you also for coming by for a visit, and for leaving me such a sweet comment I am most happy to put your name in the hat for my giveaway.

Ms.Daisy said...

It is like living in a beautiful a spot you live in! Thanks for taking us along on your walk with Gentleman Farmer. I thoroughly enjoyed it!


Sharon said...

Dear Raeann,

Thank you for sharing your beautiful walk with us. What a blessing! I would have taken the exact same pictures :) I just love mosses and mushrooms and sometimes pick them to decorate in our home. I have some moss and a mushroom at the base of a Norfolk Pine I have in our home. Too cute!
Thanks for always sharing such beautiful words and photos with us :)

Have a blessed day in Him :)\Sharon

hip chick said...

What a lovely walk. I love walking the wood also.

Cindy said...

You say you live in Washington, lucky you, I was born not far from Hoquiam. I lived in that area for nine years, then we moved to Canada. I love your outdoor photos, the forest is such a beautiful place to spend time. I love to spend time in WA. it is by far my favorite state, and I have traveled many of the states. Thank you for visitin my blog. Hugs, Cindy S.

Camille said...

Well there you go...kindred spirits...we both enjoy the woods! In a very similar part of God's creation...we live on the border of Canada and the States in I can relate very well to your sort of woods. Very lovely spot you have there...blessings upon blessings! Thanks for visiting me today too.


Anonymous said...

How blessed you are, dear friend, for living so close to so much beauty!

The Lord shares His handiwork with at every stage of the day.

Many blessings to you and your dear husband,


Simply Heart And Home said...

I love the word "eventide". So lovely - as are your pictures! Thank you for sharing them with us.


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LDH said...

I enjoyed the serene walk with you and Gentleman Farmer. So nice to see all of the pictures along the way.