Friday, April 20, 2018

Timeless Beauty In Nature

Nature photos just never get old, at least in my opinion.These are all old photos that were taken before the digital era and scanned to the computer. I cannot take credit for any of these shots, but I know that man who took them, and I still am proud of the work he did.
Most of these scenes I do not know the location, but that does not diminish the beauty.


Mist over the water.


Look at those vibrant greens.


Fall in Manitoba.


This looks like it must be part of the Pembina Valley.


Overlooking our local golf course, advertised as one of the more scenic courses around.


This may well be the Pembina River.


Travelling through the Rocky Mountains.Note the snow beside the road.


I am guessing this is in Whiteshell Provincial Park,located about 2-3 hours east of where I live.

 This looks like a calendar scene to me.


Closing Thought:
Beautiful things happen in your life when you distance yourself from all the negative things.

20 comments:

  1. These photos are beautiful! The trees reflection was my fav. I agree with you about nature, just amazing

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  2. I agree with Kim, Ruth. They're all lovely, but I do love that second one, with the greens and white trunks and reflections. If the photo had been made today, I would have assumed such stunning results were the result of some creative editing. ;)

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  3. Very lovely! Thanks for sharing these!

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  4. 2 and 8 are my favorite every single photo is God's spectacular views saved for ever... i always am amazed at how gorgeous the slides transfer to your computer. amazing views by and amazing photographer.

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  5. These are all beautiful photos. Thanks for preserving and sharing them with us.

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  6. Gorgeous set of pictures... I especially love the one of the Rocky Mtns and the snow... WOW.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  7. Beauty abounds in all the sights. I agree with your finally quotes as well. Nicely done.

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  8. They are all really beautiful photos. The clarity is amazing considering the are scanned images. Thank you for sharing them.

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  9. getting out in nature to soak up the beauty and splendor is so wonderful!!!! Love your photos.

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  10. Such beautiful pictures that you shared, they are really crisp for scanned photos. I also like your thought at the end...

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  11. A beautiful ending thought to go with these beautiful timeless photos. Thanks for sharing ~ FlowerLady

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  12. gorgeous! I sit here & think 'the vibrant greens' would make a challenging jigsaw puzzle!

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  13. Jake did take beautiful pictures. I'm partial to the Rocky Mountain one. Where was that? Glacier Park or the Tetons. Have a glorious Sunday, Ruth. Diane

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  14. Nature at its finest!!! Love the closing though!!!!!

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  15. A agree, nature photos never get old.
    These are beautiful ones and the closing thought is so true.

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  16. Beautful photos. Love photos with fog or mist on it. The first is so great!

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  17. Such beautiful photos and amazing talent of your husband! So wonderful to see the beauty of the countryside around you in the different seasons. May you have a blessed and beautiful day sweet friend :)

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  18. i gotta admit it ... even though we are kind over the winter moments, those snowy mtns. are awesome for pics!! gorgeous!! i think spring is here, maybe to stay, i hope??! ( ;

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  19. I love your closing thought! So very true.
    My, my, my, those are magnificent scenery photos!
    Thank you for sharing the beauty with us.
    Blessings~

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  20. Hi Ruth, Looking at these photos I have to say that Jake had a special appreciation for the beauty of a great scenic shot. It looks to me like he did the same thing I do when I'm on a trip ... stop the car and step out to snap a beautiful scene. Love the wide open spaces and the mountains too. Thanks so much for sharing. John

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