Trailscapes is a place to find the beauty of nature in my original photos and videos of nature set to music. Find the beauty, inspiration and whimsy in nature! There's beauty all around us, we just have to look for it in the simplest things!
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"There will be peace in the valley for me, some day There will be peace in the valley for me, oh Lord I pray There'll be no sadness, no sorrow No trouble, trouble I see There will be peace in the valley for me, for me."
~ "Peace In The Valley" ~ Written by Thomas A. Dorsey ~ 1937 ~ Recorded by the great Elvis Presley ~ 1957
Bright wild yellow mustard brushes a soft peace on a
sun-filled May afternoon on a hillside of the Central Range of the Trexler
Nature Preserve, Schnecksville, Pennsylvania, the only sounds the rustling of
the spring breeze and the coo of a mourning dove. Perfect.
The color yellow is often associated with peace and
To me, this scene illustrates the still and serene
beauty of God’s creation painted in that beautiful Gospel hymn “Peace in the
Valley,” recorded by the great Elvis Presley in 1957.
"Listen easy, you can hear God calling Walking barefoot by the stream ... And the time will be our time And the grass won't pay no mind ... The moment we're living is now Now now now now now now now ... And the time will be our time And the grass won't pay no mind No the grass won't pay no mind."
~"And The Grass Won't Pay No Mind" ~ Words & Music by Neil Diamond ~ Recorded by the great Elvis Presley ~ 1969
And the grass won't pay no mind as these adorable Canadian Geese goslings paint a picture of sweetness in the grass in the light of a May sunset at Trexler Memorial Park, Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Beautiful white-tailed deer doe looks blissful grazing on a May evening in the park. I've been blessed to photograph her and her fawns for two years, always wonderful to see. It's an amazing feeling to me when she sees me, recognizes me and walks over like an old friend!