Hi everyone and welcome back to Art In Nature again today! It is such a beautiful, sunny day, yet so cold. That sun shines it’s beautiful rays all across the landscape making every part sparkle with so much beauty. But it’s not really a day you want to be outside. Personally on days like this I prefer to be on the inside looking out at the wondrous beauty of winter. That way I can stay warm and safe. Anyway, back to art in nature…of course the sun is part of that and helps to really make things stand out in a beautiful way. Like the featured image at the top, the way the snow is curved on the rock right at the water’s edge and then reflected in the water, perfect art in nature.
And then in the picture above we have the remnants of ice fog that deposited these beautiful flakes of heavy frost on top of the snow. And the sun shining on them really makes them sparkle! But art in nature can be found anywhere and any time of the year.
Like in the picture above where we have this grass, and some other plants, growing right out of cracks in the rock. The main clump of grass does have some sand in the bottom of it’s crack in the rock, but there isn’t much. But it stays beautifully green and healthy with it’s roots undoubtedly going right down into that river to drink all the water it needs to grow.
Our last photo just above shows the remnants of a plant from the previous year as this photo was taken in early spring with the river as the background. But even a single dried up flower stem like this has it’s own beauty which stands out so nicely as it sits by itself with the sun casting it’s light on it. There is so much beauty in nature all around us, we should always take time to stop and enjoy it for a while. Well, I hope you enjoyed the photos today. I hope you all have a nice sunny day and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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