rachelcoker



After the Rain Comes a Ray of Light

Okay, so I know I just posted photos the other day, but these are fresh off my memory card and dying to be shared. 🙂

Yesterday had the weirdest weather. It started off cloudy and cool, with the nicest breeze. Then around lunchtime it turned sunny and humid. The air was so sticky you could hardly breath. By suppertime it was raining, with what looked like no hope of sunlight. We went to church at 6:30, and by the time we stepped out of the doors, the rain had stopped. It was like a miracle. We drove home in wonder, looking around at the damp earth around us. The trees were dripping and glorious sunlight filtered through the branches. Everything looked so green and lush.

Hannah and I ran into the house as quickly as possible and grabbed my camera and some flip flops. Then we ran down our driveway and to our neighbors’ house. The sunlight was fading fast, but was merciful enough to grant us about ten minutes for some lovely photos on our puddle-filled street. The world was so breathtakingly close to perfection…

I promise I will post more on writing soon! 🙂

-Rachel

 

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  1. * BlueSalad says:

    I remember that day! I was working then and it was interesting to see all the different seasons in one day! LOL but it was beautiful wasn’t it? Glad to see that you got a chance to photograph some of it.

    | Reply Posted 5 years, 11 months ago
  2. * Emily Fensterman says:

    Hannah is such a beautiful girl :] Great pictures, I love when the weather does things like that.

    | Reply Posted 5 years, 11 months ago


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