February 1st pictures: a foggy day

Crying pines

Rust stain on front porch

Last year's sedum poking through old log

Horsetail! Wonderful horsetail

Horsetail is so fun to play with. Fun fact about horsetail, its stems contain silica, which gives it an abrasive surface, so the plant has been used to scrub pots and pans. Hence another common name, scouring rush.

Somewhere up ahead in the fog, there be curves.


Love the rough texture of this leaf.

The road into "town"

Love these delicate, low-growing little flowers. Alongside the cornfield.


22 thoughts on “February 1st pictures: a foggy day

  1. Just love your pictures, Sarah! They make me smile and think of how much I love being outdoors. My outdoors consists of shells, sand, water and beach treasures. I like your outdoor findings just as much!

    • Right about now I would love to exchange the snow and fields for some sand and water, just for a little bit, but I’ll take this too. 🙂 So glad you’re enjoying my pictures, Jill! Thank you!

  2. Love your creative angles and focuses! Especially the road leading into town, where it is on the lines in the middle of the road. Well done!

  3. I love this series of images. The way you capture and focus on textures and lines is great. I may steal some ideas from what you do here for inspiration as the year moves along. 🙂

  4. Really enjoy the rust photo. Something about the half circle and the wood grain creates a nice tension to keep eyes bouncing around.

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