I heard this conversation behind me, as I flew from Colorado to California.
"What is that noise?"
"Someone is taking pictures."
"From the plane?"
Yes...from the plane. How can people NOT look out the window and NOT take pictures.
Check this out. It's so other-worldly. (click on picture to make larger) I think this is Monument Valley (everything is prefaced "I think" when one is on a plane.)
Notice the shadows stretching over the desert from the "monuments".
I think this is the Grand Canyon.
The waning sunlight catches the tops of the canyons.
What a privilege to have an aerial view of God's designs.
Speaking of cool canyons, my husband and his friend Craig drove through Red Rock Canyon recently.
Craig took some amazing pictures.
The canyons are about a two and a half hour drive from our home.
The fluted folds are a result of wind and rain erosion.
"Because of your great compassion you did not abandon them in the desert."
It's comforting to know that when we are traveling through the desert, God does not abandon us. Although it's hot, dry and tough-going...there is beauty.