We’re less than a third of the way through winter, and it feels like spring. Never pass up a warm January day.
Last time I was in Ozark National Forest, I focused on reaching a 10-foot waterfall; the prize this weekend was more along the lines of this 10-millimeter-tall moss. A forest on the small scale is full of intricate branches and fractals and spirals.
I know I’m on a bit of a nature/tight-frame kick lately; I hope it’s not repetitive yet. Street photography’s the plan for at least the next week or two.
A forest isn’t a bad subject, though, even in January. Icicles 10 feet long were polished to smooth, lethal-looking blades by the warmer temperatures, for example.
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Your posts are awesome! I nominated you for the liebster award. Hope you participate (: https://thinkwithdepth.wordpress.com/2015/01/19/the-liebster-award-discover-new-blogs/
Oh wow, thanks very much!
Your nature photos annoying? Never! Relaxing, intricate, inspiring – Yes! Keep up the good work!
I appreciate that, thanks! I just want to avoid being repetitive — I might change that word, actually.
Haha! Glad to help with the edit 😉 (Although, I know, as a writer, one can go in almost daily and keep editing on and on forever!)