Best of Barnstorming: Winter/Spring 2016

The last six months of documenting frozen to budding to blossoming to fruiting:

so may it be from the soil and from the heart.

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For more “Best of Barnstorming” photos:

Summer/Fall 2015

Winter/Spring 2015

Summer/Fall 2014

Best of 2013

Seasons on the Farm:

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

8 thoughts on “Best of Barnstorming: Winter/Spring 2016

  1. So so so lovely.

    Specially appreciated are the raindrop studies🙂 :0

    Big blessings in your ongoing capturing of great beauty given freely by our good good Father. A🙂

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  2. Amrita,
    I imagine that is confusing! It is two sheets of ice from our watering barrels that our neighbor boy who cleans barn decided to put on top of the manure pile — impromptu and very temporary sculpture!

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  3. Thanks for sharing your wonderful photographs, poems and prose. They so often cause me to enjoy, to wonder, to think, to be challenged. Your blog feeds me a wonderful ‘moment’ aside from the busyness of life (and the monotony of on screen work!) and recalibrates me heavenwards again. From here I often go on to the Word of God. Greatful for the gift of God in you.

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  4. Thank you, Patricia, for writing and letting me know — I love the word “recalibrates” — that is exactly what I’m trying to do for myself and it is wonderful to know it may help beyond my own limited sphere!
    Blessings, Emily

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