Took a walk in the woods yesterday afternoon. Stopped dead in my tracks by this tree.
Always on the lookout for one of nature’s surprises. Almost missed this one.
Split bark cedar tree with shafts of light illuminating her unusual essence of colors, curves and twists, and peeling bark. Even the brush which touched her was beautiful.
Soon the leaves turn from green to brown and will drop away.
Ah, winter causes her to hibernate, but not to die. She is too wild.
Spring will come again, as will new growth and a summer full of foliage.
This cedar lives on for whatever purpose the Creator has ordained.
I count myself fortunate to have seen her in this captivating light.
Last bloom for petunias and periwinkle
Reflective water lily
Late summer berries
Lava colored marigolds
Red hot !
Frozen tundra awakens from her slumber
Spring bursts forth like a volcano
Life erupts from seeming stillness
Darkness to light; drab to refulgent
Winter’s browns transform into a kaleidoscope of colors
Wild and free, fragrances flow across the sky
Grass greens, trees bud and flowers sprout
Rains come, sun shines and birds nest
Sowers sow, bees pollinate and the earth responds
Grains top the stems of reeds and seeds appear
The earth rejoices, and God smiles
Nature’s jubilee is on full display