A Walk in the Woods

May 27, 2008 at 1:25 pm (Hannah's Little Blog, Nature)

Yesterday, I climbed up on our roof to get some pictures. Then I went around the property, and found some very interesting things. (then my batteries died) Mushrooms, flowers, grass, pinecones- wait- does this sound WAY too ordinary to you? Well, you must understand, the secret to finding the glory God put in a mushroom is to get down on your elbows and look. There are things learned in springtime that can never be found in textbooks. To lie in the grass and watch trees swaying in the breeze, or to crawl over moss-grown windfalls to look at a trillium is the best way to instruction in the little ways of our Creator. And yes, that is my horse’s nose. She is a naughty thing, constantly getting loose, but somehow the soft nose never fails to win back my heart. Do enjoy the pictures, and if the weather is favorable, I will be posting more.



  1. princessalethia said,

    Wow, Hannah, you are very desciptive, I enjoyed reading about what seemed like a PERFECT afternoon. I envy you! :)

  2. MennoGirl said,

    It was beautiful.

  3. ridgefilmmaker said,

    nice Hannah… so are you getting into still photogaphy? nice shot of the mushroom. shallow depth of feald. and everything. just beautiful.

  4. MennoGirl said,

    That mushroom looks like the perfect place to find a friend. Gnomes, sprites, elves… The lake is calling my name.

  5. ridgefilmmaker said,

    whats wrong Thumblina…. can’t find any friends in the real world???? He he just kidding. yeah. it loks nice, just put a door, maybe a window, outside light, and it’d be the perfect house for you. (-;}

  6. ridgefilmmaker said,

    O by the way. heres a tip on shoting small objects. pesision the camera as far back as you can the zoom in to the desired point of view. focus the camera and you will see what I mean, it gives it a much shollower depth of focus. in other words the backgound wil be out of focus….. much more artistice. just something to play around with.

  7. MennoGirl said,

    I found them, but then, well, that’s a long story.

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