Farm Update 9.1

As you probably know, summer is or has come to an end. With the end of summer, come many wonderful things. For a farm-girl, these things often come in the shape of abundant harvest from the garden or the prospect of not having to move anymore sprinklers once we get some rain. I just love the lighting in the evening this time of year! Anyway, there are many things to be thankful for, not just at this season, but during all seasons.

“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven”

-Ecclesiastes 3:1 (ESV)

You know how in my last post, My Summer In Review, I said that I didn’t feel like I had done much photography this summer? Well, guess what! I found some photos that I took within the last 4 or so weeks, and I thought that some of them were fantastic. I will share (more than) a couple with you.

Along the lines of an abundant harvest, check out these Sun Gold tomatoes!

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This is the inside of our greenhouse

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Here is a cucumber

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Two beautiful shots at the scanty corn growing beside the caterpillar tunnel.

Some other pictures of our greenhouse.

Abundant Harvest!

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Now here are my favorites. These are some beautiful shots of sunflowers.

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Weren’t they gorgeous? I love them!

Some other random photos.

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Hope you enjoyed this short(ish) post! Have a great day.

“And he said to them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.” -Luke 10:2 (ESV)

*All of the photos in this post and most photos on this blog belong to me. Please do not steal.

Author: Faith on the Farm

I’m just a Christian girl who’s striving to glorify God here on the farm. I love sunsets, roses, my dog, and about everything you can photograph on a farm. As you’ve probably guessed, I love photography. When I’m not singing or working on schoolwork, you’ll probably find me cooking, practicing cello, or somewhere outside with my dog by my side and camera in hand.

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