Sabine autumn

It is lovely at The Sabine Farm right now.  The leaves are changing and are in very good colors.   It was a bit cloudy when I shot these photos, but you’ll get the idea.

 

 

 

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5 Responses to Sabine autumn

  1. danphunter1 says:

    Very pretty,Father,
    How do you get the grass so lush?
    God bless you.

  2. dan: God loves The Sabine Farm.

  3. Jonathan Bennett says:

    Sometimes I wish I didnt live in the middle of the city. My concrete paradise lacks nature.

  4. RichR says:

    Down in Texas we only have two seasons: hot and warm.

    Very beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing. I believe those are corn stalks in the second photo. My parents grow corn each year and save the husks. It seems that these are hot items for craftsy types. They love to incorporate this into their crafts and art. You can make a nice profit from something that is, otherwise, destined for the compost pile.

  5. Ah.
    Now this is exactly what I was talking about in a comment I left on an earlier post.
    Here in England, the autumn colours are very pretty.
    But we don’t see the dramatic changes of colour you see in the USA in the fall.
    This is precisely what I wanted to see again.
    Many thanks to Father Z for posting these photos.
    It is a real pleasure to look at them.