Art In Nature #6.

Hi everyone and welcome back to our Art in Nature series! I think it has been a little longer than it should be since our last post in this series, but here we are with a mix of winter and summer to enjoy. I like to look at little things mostly for this series, they are the things that we would oftentimes miss as we go out for a walk through the forest, or park, or even around our neighborhood.

The fresh pink winged seeds of a maple in summer.

It isn’t necessary to be out in a wilderness or park setting to see some wonderful works of art in nature. Sometimes just a walk down the street will do it and we can see some amazing things if we just take the time to slow down a bit to see these beautiful things. They can even be found right in your own yard at times, so just go out for a little while and see what sort of art you can find in your area.

Even a cluster of dried leaves in the fall can have it’s own beauty.

Freezing rain, though a terrible and dangerous thing, can sometimes produce some amazing art in nature. So can a snowstorm, though usually we are too busy digging out to look around for any artistic things that often abound at such times.

A dried garden plant with it’s frosty winter coat.

Frost can produce some of the most amazing beauty found in nature. But so can the lowly weeds that most people don’t really enjoy. But I hope you enjoy these pictures I’m sharing. Have a great day everyone and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

©2021 Steve McLeod.

16 Comments on “Art In Nature #6.

  1. Each pic is unique ! It is sad we do not take time to enjoy these special treasures ! Walk carefully ! ☕️☕️😺🚶‍♂️😀

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