Fall 2015 at the PRC Seminary

Because of the beautiful grounds surrounding our Seminary here in West Michigan, Fall is always a special time. The woods around us, which can look so ordinary throughout the summer, suddenly bursts out in an array of yellows, oranges, and reds. And contrasted with the greens, the trees are absolutely gorgeous.

I took a few shots down by the road at our new entrance last week when the background was colorful, and walked around the building yesterday afternoon in the bright sunlight to capture a bit more of the beautiful scenery.

Come along as we showcase a little of God’s amazing artistry in our small “neck of the woods.”

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New Seminary driveway entrance with background

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Seminary building – front entry and background

Back of Seminary - a few beauties!

Back of Seminary – a few beauties!

One of my favorite sections of woods - NE of the old driveway

One of my favorite sections of woods – NE of the old driveway – not quite peak yet.

A unique shot - reflection in the large library windows of beautiful maple behind seminary

A unique shot – reflection in the large library windows of beautiful maple behind seminary

Published in: on October 23, 2015 at 4:58 PM  Comments (2)  

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  1. I don’t need to do a Fall color tour now – thanks Chuck!

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    • Glad you enjoyed the tour – but I still suggest you get out and enjoy it in your area, Matt. 🙂

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