Another spot that is a regular on the way home from work is the Rising Sun Inn. Located on Allentown Road, it greats you on the northerly end of a sweeping S-bend. They have it lit up like a Christmas tree this time of year. Many of these old inns still welcome patrons in our area.
Daniel and I made a run up to Pennsburg, PA tonight, as we knew daylight savings time was fast approaching (this will limit our chances to catch sunsets after work). We drove by this beautiful maple tree overhanging the cemetery at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church and couldn't resist.
Since I woke up early this morning, I thought I would go to a spot I drive by on the way to work. I waited almost an hour for the sun to peak up above the tree line along the back of this meadow. What a great spot.
The morning mist was slowly lifting as I walked out the door for work. These spider webs seem to catch the rays of the sun as they wait for an unsuspecting insect to fly into them. God's hand in creation is evident in even the smallest of things.
The ice from Tuesday's snow was still hanging around quite nicely in town, so I quickly ate my lunch and walked out into the Souderton Community Park across the alley. The sun made the tall oaks shimmer. What a gorgeous sight.
Daniel and I went out to get some snow shots. This is at Chestnut Grove Park in Franconia Township, along Cowpath Road. This is looking down the hill towards Hillside Farms, where american bison are raised.
On my way home from an appointment, I drove over the Green Lane Reservoir, in Red Hill, PA. This is a view from Knight Road, as it crosses the water. The sun looked stunning as it peaked through the clouds.