One thing have I desired of the LORD, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the LORD all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the LORD, and to inquire in His temple. (Psalm 27:4)
A field of golden gain is a beautiful sight.
I don't think I've ever seen a real wheat field up close (a shame I know) so thanks for getting me this close.
oh, that's wonderful! made me sigh deeply.
Part of the state song for Delaware says, "...where the wheat fields break and billow, in the peaceful land of Kent..." Your photos are the exact picture I've had in my head of those words since I learned them in fourth grade and every time I taught it to my own fourth graders! It's like you reached into my head and took the photo!
Very neat. The only Amish country I've been through was once when we drove to the Ozarks from Nebraska. I do remember thinking how pretty and peaceful it was.
I passed a few harvested fields in NE yesterday.They bailed the straw in huge bails.I'm waiting to harvest a few tomatoes.
Those pictures take me back a few decades when I worked on my grandparents' farm. Most of the work involved baling, loading and stacking hay. We'd work from sunup to sundown, for the princely sum of $8/day. (Plus room and board. And you couldn't put a price on Gramma's cooking.)
So golden. It looks like something Van Gogh would paint.
I love that first shot Linda.Gold and blue sky.
Gorgeous golden fields!
Very relevant picture to highlight Harvest time. Yup, its Kindness of God towards Humans
This is really beautiful, Linda! I can see why it's one of your favorites.
Ah, the simple life. Just looking at these pictures relaxes me.