The world looks a bit odd in December, don’t you think? The newly bare landscape can sometimes surprise and delight us.
Here are just a few clics I captured earlier this week.
Can you figure out what you’re seeing?
“Heresy is the eternal dawn, the morning star,
the glittering herald of the day.
Heresy is the last and best thought.
It is the perpetual New World, the unknown sea,
toward which the brave all sail.
It is the eternal horizon of progress.
Heresy extends the hospitalities of the brain to a new thought.
Heresy is a cradle; orthodoxy, a coffin.”
Robert G. Ingersoll
“Watching the infinite horizons gives you infinite dreams,
infinite ideas, infinite paths!
Choose a great target
and then you will see that great instruments will appear
for you to reach that target!”
Mehmet Murat ildan
“In the most surreal, the most joyful,
the most beautiful, the most intense,
the most alive moments of life,
you are absorbed into the horizon
which is at its most invisible,
elusive, perfect blend of sky and sea.”
For the Daily Post’s
Photos by Woodland Gnome 2016
Posted in Cypres, Great Blue Heron, Native Plants, Nature art, Photo Challenge, Photography, Plant photos, Symmetry, Trees, Water, weekly challenge, Weekly Photo Challenge
Tags: Bald Cypress, Cypress stump, Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: New Horizon, Great Blue Heron, landscape photography, Nature Art, Nature Photography, Powhatan Creek, Symmetry, Water, wetlands, Wildlife photography, winter garden