Autumn Splendor

by adustyframe ~ October 31st, 2015

Psalm 106 blog


At the end of the summer, the boys and I were at the park. Nathan noticed lots of acorns and I picked a few up to tell him what they were.

I was amazed at the intricate detail on the cap! Talk about “the mighty acts of the Lord”!

I brought them home and wanted to take some sort of photo with them but never did. They sat on my microwave for weeks.

The other day, when we got home, these red maple leaves were at my feet in the driveway. Beautiful!

I adore Autumn….if only it wasn’t followed by winter.

I had fun taking these and yes I know acorns don’t go with maple leaves, but just think Autumn. Oak leaves aren’t so beautifully colored anyway.


P.S. the knitting in the background is a long unfinished shawl! At least it was usable at least once!


**If you’d like a copy of this without my watermark to print, send me an email and I’ll send you the file. Please feel free to share the image online with my watermark only though (please?)


I added this to a blogging through the alphabet challenge. This week is A (how timely!) Check out the party!

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6 Thoughts Shared to Autumn Splendor

  1. Susanna

    I love Autumn… It is probably my favourite season. Interesting that you call it autumn, not fall. Most American posts refer to it as Fall.

  2. Pam

    That would make a beautiful card…….maybe you should create cards from all seasons with Bible verses……I know I would buy them

  3. Edie C

    Beautiful leaves!

  4. Cristi

    I love autumn, too, and I’m so glad to be living in a part of the world with colorful leaves. (I loved the beauty found in the desert but it’s not the same as autumn leaves.)

    Thanks for sharing such a beautiful picture!

  5. annette @ a net in time

    nice pic of those leaves and acorns…and yes acorns make me think of autumn as well.

    I love the red/orange leaves of autumn.

  6. Chasing Slow

    Autumn is my favorite season! It just inspires me to ponder the amazing gift of life — like you shared on the detail of the acorn.

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