Posts tagged ‘Nature’
Beautiful pictures I took at the lake in the small town of Troy Missouri.
It is 70 degrees in the middle of September 2012; there was a great cool breeze.
Walking up the trails sure was a challenge.
The forest of trees are filled with flashes of light!
A tree canopy down the winding roads were breathtaking!
Look at this one way bridge it is so filled with character and beauty!
What a great day for a drive at the lake!
Rustic barns are everywhere in rural Missouri. Owners Ken and Faye
Deep wooded areas are a great place to get away from city stress.
This was Joey’s outdoor country wedding reception area, so relaxing.
The toasty gold wheat fields are mesmerizing .
Flags lined up in a small town Troy, Missouri cemetery on flag day.
Beautiful butterflies in the fields of wild flowers
Rare old churches
Many corn fields with the stalks of dark green
The light hit the deep wooded trees just right! Quiver River State Park
Bails of hay are all around.
An abandon white wash barn from the past
Around every turn there are ponds in rural Missouri.
Lakes surrounded by trees to boat and fish in.
Rural Missouri is a great place to live and visit!
Here are some pictures I got off the discovery channel from Greenland, Antarctica, Canada, and different parts of the frozen areas of our planet earth.
Some of the icebergs are miles long and skyscrapers tall.
In these places are the largest miles of frozen forests.
The winds are so strong in Antarctica that it will form shapes in the ice and snow.
It is amazing to believe that there is still life in such a frozen place! This sure is the penguins domain, seals, wolves and
the Polar Bear.
Wild life is also in the frozen seas.
Scientists are proving that the ice is shrinking less every year.
What will happen to our planet in the future?