Hi everyone on this very chilly January day! It was -29C (-20F) this morning but felt more like -36C (-33F). That’s getting to be more like a normal winter temp now. Not that I was missing these colder days, I wasn’t. The milder temps are much better, and they will be coming back briefly tomorrow and Saturday, then back to cold. So much up and down this winter. We still don’t have much snow, but that can change quickly, February and March are the 2 snowiest months for us normally. I had a nice treat yesterday, a new bird showed up, actually more than 50 of them came by for about half an hour. They were Bohemian waxwings, a very beautiful winter bird from further north. Unfortunately it was snowing yesterday so it was hard to get a good pic, but I tried anyway and I hope to post a pic later today.
But now, time for our art in nature pics for today…
Just had to share another picture of rocks under water, they look so cool. For perspective, the 3 largest rocks are about 3 feet (a little less than a meter) across.
A framed pic of our beautiful moon on an early summer morning.
And there we have today’s selections for our art in nature. I hope you all have a wonderful day and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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