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I think everyone was ready for a hike in the woods.

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Not sure what kind of bird lost this feather, but it was pretty and vibrant.

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We found a little green along the way.  Can’t wait for spring to get here.

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Can you spot the raccoon tracks?

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Roy thought he was king of the world.

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More green!

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Some critter had recently eaten lunch on this rock. 

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Wordless Wednesday

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Let’s make this Waterfall Wednesday with a few photos from our farm hike on Saturday:

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Even though it is Winter, there is still plenty of natural beauty if you just take the time to look for it.

The dried seed heads are almost as pretty as the fresh version and the birds love them.

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Look at the new bud already forming right next to last years seed pod. I love the hope and renewal that spring brings after the cold dark winter.  Seeing this reminds me that everything is just taking a nice long nap, but there is still life flowing in those branches. 

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Wild rose hips…

 

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I even found a little bit of green in January. 

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I love nature.  It always make me feel closer to God to stand out in the middle of His creations and just let His goodness and grace wash over me. 

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A few shots from a beautiful January day in Kentucky…

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Ellie says that there is something in the air.  Is it Spring?  I wish!!

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Eenie in mid-roll.  He’s so rotten.

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What we woke up to Sunday morning…

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Around this time of year, there is a natural phenomena called “Frost Flowers” that occurs in the field beside our house.  According to Wikipedia, it is “name commonly given to a condition in which thin layers of ice are extruded from long-stemmed plants in autumn or early winter. The thin layers of ice are often formed into exquisite patterns that curl into "petals" that resemble flowers.”

The frost flowers are so pretty and delicate and I wanted to share a few photos with you.

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I also took a few macro shots using my iPhone and Olloclip lens.

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This is the last week of the Fall Nurture Photography Challenge and the theme is…there really is no theme.  We are just supposed to use some of our favorite shots from this fall.  Last weekend was beautiful here in South Central Kentucky, so I took a few new photos with my iPhone while C & I were walking the dogs.  The light this time of year is just amazing!

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Nurture Photography Challenge - Fall 2013 Edition

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More Olloclip macro fall fun:

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