We are back with another post featuring pictures from Randy Parent of How I See Things. Take a look at some beautiful shots of hummingbirds, sunflower fields, frogs, baby owls, and much more! And make sure you tell us what your favourite is down in the comment section!
Today’s Wonders of Nature post features more beautiful pictures taken locally by 365 Days of Beauty. Last week we brought you stunning images of all kinds of local flora. Today it is time to show off the fauna! That’s right, it’s time to see some animals. There are lots of images of birds, frogs, turtles, a beaver, even a rabbit and her baby bunnies! I hope you enjoy this post as much as I do!
What a difference a week makes! Last week, I posted a lot of beautiful spring pictures. As I was driving into work today, admiring the beautiful snow (but still thinking “Why do we have this much snow in late April?”), I decided to postpone the planned pictures for today. Instead I grabbed the camera, went out into the cold and took many of the same pictures again to truly highlight how stunning nature can truly be – and how quickly she can change. So even as we complain about the snow, we can appreciate the majesty and wonder of nature around us.
One has to admit the weather this January was crazy and every changing yet there was always beauty to be found at every turn of everyday. May it be on the dull dark days to the snowy and sun shining days; nature has always been there to inspire us with her beauty.
It can renew our hope and faith that nothing it to harsh that we can not overcome. So take a moment and enjoy the wonders around you.
Today, we bring you a video of the wonders of nature taken over the 26 days of January set to the music Snow Day by Pictures of the Floating World. We hope that as you meditate on this beautiful musical and visual composition. That it renews your heart mind and soul.
We are always looking for new perspectives of our local wonders and sights so please feel free to share your with us . You can send us a message for more details because everyone’s perspective is beautiful.