Spring on the prairie is a slow change. Some years the reveal waits until late April or early May. The landscape alters from shades of brown, taupe, beige and yellow into vibrant greens ranging from chartreuse and lime, to emerald and juniper.
The clouds billow and roll, sharing rains in the good years and withholding during rough ones. Each spring is different, and always anticipated.
Join me on a journey of colors and texture in the wide open spaces.
The world of beauty that does in fact exist can have originated nowhere else than in the creation of God. The world of beauty was thus conceived by God, determined by His decree, called into being by Him, and is maintained by Him.