“Winter, a lingering season, is a time to gather golden moments, embark upon
a sentimental journey, and enjoy every idle hour.” John Boswell
“Whenever there is stillness there is the still small voice, God’s speaking from the whirlwind, nature’s old song…”
“Be still and know that I am God…”
This winter, I’m learning to appreciate being still, unhurried, and resting in His love. Sometimes it’s easier to keep my self “busy” but when I take the time to rest in the quiet, I am able to learn and grow much more than when I am preoccupied by the everyday. I used to think winter was such a drab and dull season, but now…I’m beginning to see the beauty of it.
your photography always takes my breath away.
These Pictures are breath taking girl! Xoxo
I absolutely love this. Those horses are so beautiful. And the red barn in all that white, gorgeous. These definitely evoke the feeling of wanting to be still.
Emily at Amazing Grapes
These took my breathe away they are so beautiful! I love how you’ve captured the stillness of winter in these pictures and in your words. The red barn covered in snow is just magical. Wishing you all the best in this season of rest and growth, Arielle!
Oh, what a gorgeous location! I just love the red barn & the horses in the winter landscape! SO beautiful!!! There is a stunning beauty & stillness about winter that often gets forgotten, but you sure captured it! :)
Arielle you took amazing pictures i love it!!
I wish you could give us some tips of natural light photograh
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These photos are beautiful x Thank you for sharing, I need to learn to rest more in Him as well as being able to just switch off.
Such amazingly beautiful images. How can you not be calm and serene and peaceful when staring at those (and imagine in real life) Thank you for sharing such wise and important words – a great fresh start to the new year. x
Gorgeous images. If I didn’t know better I’d think they were taken right here in New England.
i adore horses. they are especially beautiful in the winter time. the snow on their mane and on their backs<3 thank you for posting these pictures, i love them(:
i just love snow, and we haven’t had enough of it in new england this year and last year’s winters! we moved here from atlanta, so you’d think i’d be tired of the cold by now. but snow is just such a beautiful reminder of the clean covering of christ’s sacrifice.
winter horses! oh my! so gorgeous! i’m in love…