This bridge is found at a park by my University. Its beauty comes from its mundaneness. Crossing it at sunset gives you a feeling of crossing into an ancient and enchanting world.
The vibrance of these tree needles reminds us why these trees are called evergreen.
Raindrops gather on a branch after a storm. They hang like crystals and make everything look refreshed.
Autumn is a time for change. Nature explodes with fiery reds, yellows, and oranges before entering its cold and somber slumber.
A peculiar sight. The white needles give off the illusion of snow.
A leaf coated with ice is freed by the Spring sun.
Spring Is Coming
The snow had almost completely melted away and already green grass was starting to peep threw.
Water trickles down the stony steps of this man-made stream at the Bickelhaupt Arboretum.
A squirrel sits on a high tree branch, people watching.
Cabin in the Woods
The lines in the wood almost form words. They tell the stories of the trees used to build this cabin.
A bright yellow umbrella on rainy days works to keep you dry like the sun's rays.
This lighthouse silently watches over boats by day and guides them home by night.
The sky blue bridge stands tall and strong, bringing its passengers just a little bit closer to heaven.
They stand where others once stood to show that our actions have everlasting effects on the world.
On any given night, the moon in a clear sky is breathtaking. On this night, the waning moon reminded me of a smile that despite its brightness can not hide the scars it has accumulated throughout the years.
Black Veiled Bride
This simple ornament at my University is often overlooked. In the dark of night it takes on a new life.
When the sun sets and the world is engulfed in shadows, our imaginations run wild. What we don't give a second thought to during the day, makes us cringe in the night.
The simple and weather worn sign of the Sisters of Saint Francis graveyard.
A leaf trapped in an unseen spiderweb. It looks as if it's waiting with bated breath. Afraid to continue its descent.