Sunday, October 2, 2011

Signs of fall all around us, sent by God with Love

Last Friday my daughter # 2, and I went walking down by the beach as we so often do but that evening it was so blustery and cold we could hardly stand it, so we walked up into the side streets which were more sheltered from the wind.
We found some old streets that are only used by the locals as walking short cuts to get to the beach or park areas. It was great exercise for us and we even managed to work up a sweat in spite of the cool temps. Its hard to tell in the picture but the old road was very steep which made it a good work out
We cut off at this point to head back down another trail but one of these days were going back to see where this up hill climb leads to.
When we finally got back to where the car was we were met with this gorgeous sunset, it was quite stunning.
 
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7 comments:

Mari said...

What fun! I love exploring places you've never been to before. The sunset is amazing. I think God takes delight in our pleasure of his creation.

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

That's ONE gorgeous sunset. Is that a lighthouse in the distance?

Cheri said...

Beautiful pictures- great time of year to explore!

Connie said...

The colors are beautiful and the sunset is gorgeous. I am always humbled by such sights - to think God visits us with a sunset like that. I can only imagine what heaven will be someday.

Anonymous said...

That Was a wonderful and fun work out and a wonderful sight the Lord gave us as we talked and walked on his prescious land that he gave us to enjoy! Faith Clark

Yet God Is... said...

Beautiful! I love the crisp, cool days of fall. We had one today, tho' the colors haven't peaked it was super windy and got cold this evening. The weekend is supposed to bring near freezing temps. Hard to believe that exactly 30 days ago it was 104 degrees!

Yolanda said...

Such beautiful fall pictures. You live in a beautiful place. I am glad to have found your blog. I will be back. I am also a nurse in tourist town aka Nashville.