We were visiting in the Ozarks, and woke up one morning to fog.... and a frost.
It was beautiful.
I grabbed my camera and went searching the woods and surrounding area. What treasures I found.
I loved the looks of the cemetery with the fog and frost.
The frost tinged everything, highlighting simple things that may normally be unnoticed.
The scene below looks almost like homey painting, but it is a photograph.
A simple evergreen, looked festive with its temporary decoration.
The crystals that formed on the moss were amazing.
The plain oak leaf below suddenly looks noteworthy.
Such simple "weeds" change with their new apparel.
Even an old wheelbarrow out in the weeds and brush, becomes an interesting focal point.
Again and again, God amazes me with His wonderful style. Even just adding some frost changes things so that I notice what was there all along, but what I didn't really "see".
I suspect we do that with much of life. How easy it is to walk right by the beauty around us. I love it when God highlights it so that I cannot miss it. :)
The tree tops had their covering of frost also... the sun's rays highlighting them was lovely, but it lasted only a very few minutes as it melted that frost off.
How glorious it looked before it left, though.
I have more pictures of the fog and frost and plan to share them in my next post. I hope you have a wonderful week and that you will visit again.
To see part 2 of the the frost pictures, click on the link:
Nature With Frosting-Part 1
"The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork."
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