Best of Barnstorming Photos — Summer/Autumn 2015

In the hope that 2016 will be filled with daily opportunities for a slow walk through moments of serene beauty~
blessings to you all from Barnstorming!

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For more “Best of Barnstorming” photos:

Winter/Spring 2015

Summer/Fall 2014

Best of 2013

Seasons on the Farm:

BriarCroft in Summer, in Autumn, in Winter,
at Year’s End

23 thoughts on “Best of Barnstorming Photos — Summer/Autumn 2015

  1. A beautiful bonus! Thanks for all these, and a year of great reading. We are deeply (and delightfully) in your debt, Emily.

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  2. A feast – for the eyes and for the soul. A testament to the beauty and the glory that our Creator-God has bestowed upon us, season upon season. We have but to look up and drink it all in – and protect it for future generations.

    It is no small wonder, Emily, that you are able to produce such meditations. You have a very
    blessed Muse to feed your soul and, in turn, feed ours.

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  3. Such glorious images, leading our hearts and spirits back to Him. These photos, and your sensitive, evocative words throughout the year, made a deep impression on me and left me in meditative mood most times, so thank you.

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  4. Thank you, Emily, for sharing your creative gifts to bless others and help us to meditate on the wonder of our Creator and His creation.

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  5. It is such a good daily reminder to me, Alice, that we are all given so much that it simply must be shared, whether it is a few kind words (you are so rich in those!), a smile, an extra meal or a warm coat. We all have something we can give, and it is such joy to figure out what it might be!

    blessings and love to you,

    Emily

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