Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Seeing Beauty In Snow

I realize that we are slowly creeping towards spring, but I still have some snowy scenes to share.As you enjoy these, I promise you won't need a coat, hat or mitts, cause you can enjoy them from the comfort of your home.


As I drive along the country roads, I am often amazed at the beauty created by the snow. 



We humans try hard to design lovely flowing patterns, but  we cannot compete with the Master artist, as He directs the snowflakes into just the right positions.



Amazing sculptures and all created with nothing more than snow.



When I stop to think of just how many tiny snowflakes it takes to make a drift like this, I am overwhelmed.



Last years reeds stop the snow and together they form yet another fascinating display.


Sunshine and fresh air are blessings much too grand to take for granted.

I would add snow is much to grand to take for granted.

19 comments:

  1. Very grand indeed! Thank you for sharing with us. Another of God's masterpieces!!

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  2. Lovely! Your snow images are so very beautiful! :) We are finally getting melting weather here after three weeks being frozen and lots of snow. The temp has been above freezing for three days now, but there is still snow on the ground. Spring is coming! I am sure of it!

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  3. Your snow always looks so pristine, white, and perfect! I have never seen such white perfect snow!

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  4. the third and 4th look like our sand dunes at the beach, the first one is amazing and i love it.. just gorgeous.

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  5. GORGEOUS!!! they do resemble the beach and our sand dunes!!!

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  6. Winter can be so pretty. You captured her!

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  7. Breathtaking photos, every one. It is amazing to think of all the snowflakes out there!!

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  8. You got some gorgeous pictures of the snow, Ruth. I'm glad I could enjoy them without getting cold.

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  9. Breathtaking photos Ruth. I really like the way you captured the drifts and sparkles.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Sue

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  10. Snow does create lots of beautiful scenes. Great shots!

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  11. Beautiful images! I would hate to even have to count the snowflakes in a snowball, let alone in one of the drifts. It sure shows how tiny things add up.

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  12. I love the beauty of untouched snow and sunshine. It is so fresh and a boost to our spirits! Beautiful pictures!💖

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  13. I agree - sunshine, fresh air, and snow are surely blessings. Your photos show the intricacy of Nature and the Master Artist.

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  14. Hi Ruth, I love it when you say things like this, “When I stop to think of just how many tiny snowflakes it takes to make a drift like this, I am overwhelmed.” The power of God is so amazing and it is just wonderful when we realize and acknowledge it. Your photography is a testament. Bless you for sharing. Have a great weekend and stay safe and well. John

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  15. It took a lot of wind to create some of those patterns. Beautiful but brrrrr!

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  16. I love looking at all of your snowy scenes... so very pretty. Here in Texas, we quickly realized that we are not prepared for heavy snow and freezing temps. I think I'll enjoy the fluffy white stuff by enjoying your photos..

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Ruth