Mill Stream, Sturbridge, MA
“The light of the eyes rejoices the heart:
and a good report makes the bones healthy.”
– Proverbs 15:30
One of many beautiful aspects in a beautiful setting. And added to that, it is a great historical site. I have taken a few wedding pictures there. You, or whoever took the picture, has a good eye.
I should have added that if it is not an actual photograph, it still shows great appreciation for God’s work and skill in portraying one’s view of it.
Hi marblenecltr, I agree about Old Sturbridge Village. I don’t get there often, but alway enjoy it when I visit. So I guess there are plenty of this to love about Massachusetts, even if politics and moon bats aren’t among them.
When in MA, go waaay back in time and see the Old State House, USS Constitution, Old North Church, Old North Church Burial Ground, cemetaries at Park Street Church and King’s Chapel…, and that is only part of Boston, and Boston is only part of the history, there are many cities and towns with histories that are outraged at our current lack of appreciation for what those in our cemeteries did for us, some of us their descendants, others beneficiaries of the rights the long time dead fought and worked for us to have today.
Beautiful, TD. Like a Monet impressionist painting.
Beautiful picture, and I love Proverbs. It’s a win, win.
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