Art in nature

I love to take walks alone around the fields in our area. Nature makes me calm down. I appreciate the beauty of it all.

Naked trees against the sunset colored sky look like amazing work of filigree silhouette art. The branched shape of naked trees has something fundamental, basic, something which is found also in the form of river deltas, bloodvessels in the body, etc. Maybe that is why I like to stare at naked trees.

Sunlight shining through leaves of grass or leaves of trees and lighting them up from behind looks magical, too. I have read NDEs where people describe how plants in the heavenly realm look as if they are lit from inside. Maybe the leaves of grass are so fascinating because they remind me of some beautiful realm beyond the veil.

And the bold color combinations of nature. Leaves which combine a shade of pale bluish-green and violet. Or the sunset with hues of peachy orange, yellow, blue, and purple. I feel as if walking through an art exhibition – but with the added bonus of getting fresh air and hearing the song of the birds.

I took some pictures in spring 2022 and then had a lot of fun playing around with the photo app on my iPad changing the lighting and the colors. Here are the results:

Bridal gown show of trees
Sunset on the fields in Walldorf (Germany)

16 thoughts on “Art in nature

  1. The technology can do some amazing things to images these days. Just as nature does. I don’t think there is anywhere in nature where its peace does not calm the mind or please the eyes, everything is so unique in its own ways. So much so that I can visit a place and come back a week later and everything is different. Something blooms somewhere or a tree falls over and readies the seeds underneath to begin a new life. It is a glorious place. Great post Karin, thank you 😀 ❤️ 🙏🏽 🦋

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    1. Thank you for your fine compliment, Susan. I am glad to hear that you liked the pictures.

      I had a lot of fun taking the pictures (although walking around with an iPad to take pictures is not the most convenient thing to do), and also playing with the photo app was fun.


  2. awesome Karin! I love how you enhanced the images to match your inner “vision”. Also your descriptions are so poetic. It is reminiscent of my writing style :)

    Nature is so amazing and I too am so dazzled by the play of color and light.


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    1. Thank you, Linda. I glad to hear that you like the enhanced images and the writing style. I know you also love nature , light and art.


    1. Thank you for your kind comment, Barbara. It is beautiful to experience this over and over again. And I feel very blessed that I live directly next to an area where I can take long walks around the fields or go into the woods without having to go there by car.

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment, Mary.

      By the way, I noticed that when I click on your avatar on my iPad WordPress app that it leads me a nonexistent website http://marycalvomusician . I just wanted to let you know in case you are not aware of it. When I click on your avatar directly on my website (not using the WP app), then I do get to your gravatar with a long collection of all you websites. But not from the WP app, it seems. When you left a like on my blog recently, I had googled your name to find your website.

      Unfortunately, I am not exactly sure how to fix this. In the WordPress dashboard, the path Users > Profile is not accessible anymore as it used to be, at least not on my iPad app and also not on Windows 11. But it might still be there on Windows 10.
      I would try typing into the address line of a window where you are logged on to WP. This lets you access the profile directly and maybe adjustments there would fix it.

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