Nature’s magic doesn’t vanish when the sun disappears

Ah, a foggy, gloomy day at Frances Slocum. Misty, not a breath of a breeze, an immense stillness covers everything. In short, natural beauty at its finest.

So many people only venture into the woods when the conditions are “right”:  When it’s sunny and balmy.

Granted, it’s beautiful then, but it’s just as beautiful — and in a myriad different ways — when the sun vanishes, the rain arrives and the gloom gives a special flavor to the light.

Deer appear magically out of the mist and then ascend apparently bodily into heaven.  Just a glimpse of the brush of a red fox sends a thrill to you.

The raindrops cling, drip and glisten and make magic the bare boughs.

All, all is nature at its finest. It’s just a shame that it is seen by so few.fog



Author: luzerne2112

As I get older -- and I'm 70 now -- I seem to find more and more that nature is the true source of peace, inspiration and, most of all, the truth the passeth understanding. Though my knowledge is sketchy and superficial, I wanted to share it while I can.

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