Art In Nature #3.

Hello everyone and welcome back to another look at art in nature! Sometimes there are so many things that can be chosen for a series like this that it actually becomes hard to choose the pics to use in each post. I might choose some real oddities for this new series but I hope you will enjoy each pic shown. And there will be a mix of pictures from every season of the year, mostly from last year for now. But today’s pics are more recent, one from yesterday when I went to the river again for my walk. The other two from a couple of days ago after having some ice fog.

Heavily frosted branches at the top of a maple tree, with a jet high in the sky.

We had more ice fog last night but the wind is blowing the frost off the trees and it’s a cloudy day anyway. A sunny day really brings out the beauty of that frost. The featured image shows a large white pine, surrounded by other trees, it’s dark green needles almost completely white with the frost. It’s quite interesting walking through the trees when they are all frosted and a light wind begins to blow. The frost comes off the trees just like it’s snowing out. It can make a person feel kind of cold when that happens too. Or perhaps it’s just me.

Something easy to miss are the rocks mirrored in the river.

It actually seems to be getting darker out right now, must be that some heavier clouds have moved in. I have a lot of pics from last summer that I will be sharing in our art in nature series over the next few weeks as well. When I’m out for a walk I’m constantly looking for something a little different or unusual. It adds to the walking experience when we keep our eyes open instead of just walking without paying attention to what is right there around us. There is just so much beauty out there and we so often miss it by being in a hurry. Well, I hope you enjoy today’s pics, have a wonderful day and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

Β©2021 Steve McLeod.

40 Comments on “Art In Nature #3.

  1. Lovely pics Steve ! The fir tree with a covering of dazzling white frost and the Maple tree branches boasting to all their beauty ! Two days in a row we woke up to such splendour on the trees around us ! The reflections of the rocks in the river are so serene looking ! β˜•οΈβ˜•οΈπŸ“·πŸŒ²βœˆοΈπŸ

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    • Nice that you are getting some of this too. We’re getting ice fog nearly every night now. It was so beautiful at the river yesterday, didn’t make it today, but hopefully tomorrow again.πŸ˜€πŸ˜ΊπŸšΆβ€β™‚οΈπŸšΆβ€β™‚οΈ

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  2. Beauty is here , there and everywhere while infinite beauty is never rare …
    Nothing to fear and nothing to scare ,
    Date to believe that God is fair
    ( has justice and righteousness )

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  3. Beautiful isn’t it😍 Nature definitely don’t hides it’s beauty, but we are definitely blind most of the time to notice what nature has for us. Surprises are always surprise 😍. White or black. I wonder how white does a snow covered area will look like from ariel view πŸ˜‹. Splendid beauty, thanks for all those beautiful pictures πŸ˜πŸ’

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    • That bright white snow on a sunny day is very hard on a pilot’s eyes when flying smaller aircraft at lower altitudes. It can give snow blindness where vision is just all white. Glad you enjoyed the pics Simon!πŸ˜πŸ˜Ίβ„πŸŒ²β›„β˜€πŸŒž

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  4. Beautiful pictures, Steve! Nature’s art is amazing, indeed. We had frog in our area this morning, which is freezing fog per our weather stations. Entertainment at its finest! πŸ₯ΆπŸ§£ 🧀 πŸ§₯ πŸ§¦β˜•οΈβ˜•οΈ

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