Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Snowless Winter Scenes

Most people would consider a Winter landscape without snow a bleak, colorless scene. Some days, depending on my mood, I would agree. But most of the time when I step out into nature with the camera, I see the color others often miss, a kaleidoscope of subtle color close to, but not quite, a monotone. Today I went into the Dykeman Spring Nature Park chasing that color.

Cattails in Winter
Bittersweet berries withering with age and the cold
Landscape with Birches and Martin house
The creek in the park from the red bridge
One of the north pond's resident Muskrats out for a morning swim
A group of Mallards and visiting domestics gathered by the south pond
© 2020 by A. Roy Hilbinger

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