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Monday, January 4, 2021

Winter Patterns

  Took a long road walk today. All pieces I've seen before but I did walk some of it in a different direction. There's always a surprise or two. I guess this tree was surprised to see me. surprised face in tree

This reminds me of those paintings where there are animals- horses, or wild animals- hidden in a snowy landscape. However, if you find any, I think it will just be your imagination. It's just a snow-covered pile of dirt. snow covered dirt

The yellow-bellied sapsucker has been busy on this tree. I don't see the birds very often, but they are obviously around.
sapsucker holes


The corn stubble is always good for a pattern in the fields. corn stubble

If this is a pattern, I guess it's a fractal pattern. But I do like snow caught on the branches of trees. tree with snow

In other news: Well, I did some editing. Guess that's about it.

See Five Miles of Vitamin D

5 comments:

Ann said...

I like the surprised look on the tree. That other one sure is a popular spot for the yellow bellied sapsucker.

The Oceanside Animals said...

Lulu: "Hmm, you would think that by the time it gets to be that size a tree would have seen it all, but I guess not ..."

Lin said...

You found good stuff!! I cracked up at the tree. And the corn in the field looks like my calligraphy practice sheets. LOVE the holes in the tree. Is there anything left in there??!

The Furry Gnome said...

Nice patterns!

Sharkbytes said...

Ann- I get such a kick out of faces in trees!

Lulu- Apparently, there is always someone crazy passing by.

Lin- I love natural things that look like calligraphy. I was thinking computer punch card, myself

Stew- Thanks. You can almost always find things, but maybe not ones worth saving in pixels.

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