Hi once again to all of you! And thank you so much for your support for this new series here at Steve’s Country. I’m thinking that I might try it 3 times a week, adding Wednesday to the series. Will have to check and make sure I have enough pics to take us through the winter. Winter is actually feeling a bit shorter this year, since our first month really wasn’t bad at all. And with only about 2 inches (5 cm) of snow on the ground, it just doesn’t really look much like winter. However, there is a lot of ice around, a good reminder that, yes, it is still winter. But, let’s take a look at today’s selection of “art” for us to enjoy…
I just love this little “critter”. A moss covered stump with beak. It always reminds me of some stuffed “critters” that I used to make and called them “Fuzzies”.
This is an interesting plant. In summer the leaves are green, but in autumn the leaves of different plants change different colors. I only found a half dozen plants with leaves this color. Some were pink, some bright red, some dark maroon, some with spots. A very interesting plant.
Well, there’s today’s “art” in nature. I hope you all have a great day and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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