… of the pristine Iowa horizon.
This is a hand-held time exposure, so not the best quality photo. All those red lights on the horizon are a warning-blink from part of a new wind farm being installed between me and the next mile over. There are close to a hundred of them. I’m already missing my unadulterated view. Yesterday’s blog photo was before this blight on God’s landscape. I freely admit that I am struggling to find a good face to put on this project. If these machines pulled their own weight in the economy, I suppose I would find some solace in that. As it is, I have to reconcile myself to the fact that I am paying taxes that are going to blight in my own neck of the cornfield.
I have to return my focus on things above and remember that at the day of the Lord, this too will pass (2 Peter 3:10).