Beautiful Things {Part 1}

Oh my goodness, spring is such a beautiful, wonderful thing. ♥ I have taken SO many pictures lately, like I always do in spring and fall; too many to fit in one post, even though you guys said you didn’t mind long posts. It would be a VERY long post. XD Heh heh.

Anyway, today I’m going to post some landscape photos of our farm. I hope you enjoy!

Sometimes we take a little walk/run up this hill before school to get some exercise. 🙂 It’s a beautiful spot!



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Our house and surroundings. 🙂 Several of the trees are green(ish) by now.

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I love how fluffy and soft alfalfa looks.


Triticale doesn’t look the same, but it’s still really pretty!

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AHH I LOVE THESE PICTURES SO MUCH! I DIDN’T EDIT THEM! *Ahem* It’s just the lighting was absolutely perfect, and the scenery, and… ahh. It’s easy to take these views for granted when I see them every day, but sometimes it’s impossible to ignore their beauty. I’m so glad God gave me all this to enjoy! ♥

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I kind of like the effect of the sun through dust. 🙂

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Can you see why I love spring so much? AHH IT’S SO GORGEOUS! Do you love spring too? Do you have a favorite of these photos?

Thank you so much for reading, my friends!



31 thoughts on “Beautiful Things {Part 1}

  1. So Pretty! Your farm is lovely (can I move in? XD LOL ) .
    I’d say a couple of my favorites are the first one of the triticale (when you mentioned the triticale) (The sky is So pretty!), and the fourth one of the golden hour/unedited ones. And the last picture, too!


  2. I love your photos! I love spring time too and just like you I tend to take the most photos in spring and autumn – two of my favourite seasons! Your farm is beautiful. You are lucky to have such beauty surrounding you every day


  3. So pretty, Allison! Landscape photos are so nice. 🙂 I really like Spring, too. Lately I’ve been taking lots of picture of flowers. I was able to capture quite a few pictures of bees collecting pollen on dandelions. 🙂


  4. So so beautiful!❤I am incredibly blessed to live where I do, but it is in a growing suburb with buildings everywhere I look and more coming all the time. Just looking at the fields that never seemed to end was like soul food for me! You live in an absolutely gorgeous place.😊


  5. Magnificent photography, as usual! I loved all the pictures, but the up close grass one with the sun was so pretty! Yes, I ❤ Spring!!!


  6. Oh goodness, your photos never (ever ever ever) fail to take my breath away! *jaw drops and mouth hangs open* Thank you for sharing them with us! They are so gorgeous! I’m so thankful and blessed to live where I do, too — sometimes we go to Florida state parks or hunting grounds, and the scenery is just so beautiful (I even love our backyard and our neighborhood!)!

    Thank you again for sharing you amaaaaazing pictures with us! *continues to gawk at them in awe* XD



    1. Wow, thank you SO much for your comments which never ever fail to make me smile. ♥ You are so sweet!
      Also you’re a PRIT-tay good photographer yourself. 😉 I loved your rain drop photos!
      Thank you again, Madi!


  7. These photos are gorgeous! I live in a large city, so it’s pretty hard to find such large fields. But cities can be beautiful in there own individual way, right? Especially at night with all the city lights.


  8. Lovely photos! The last one is so beautiful that it could be an advertisement for milk with the cows in the background! I could so see it in a magazine or on a billboard!
    – Megan Joy


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