Whimsy

Snow drifts can be whimsical.

Interesting, but not really whimsical.

Interesting, but not really whimsical.

For whimsy, you must look at from a new, dare I say “negative,” point of view.

That what we were looking for!

That what we were looking for!

Shadow on snow are also interesting.  I love the way they “flow” with the landscape.

Other worldly?

Other worldly?

I darkened the tree to add to the fun.  Here’s another.

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This is my favorite. Not much flat land around here.

Most of the time, life is all about how you look at it.  Would you agree?

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About Chuck

I am retired after a career in electronics and in publishing. Today, my wife of 50+ years, Sylvia, and I live in a house on a hill beside a dirt road in rural west Michigan. We enjoy living in this country environment where livestock and wild life out number the human population.

12 thoughts on “Whimsy

    • Our friend, Sharkbytes, did a post with shadows on snow a while back. That got me to thinking and looking.

  1. This is a great art lesson in the study of light and dark and the effects of light and dark on our personal feelings . Light is usually thought of as knowledge and understanding; whereas darkness indicates the opposite. So, to look at things realistically , in creating art or in living life , we need both light and dark .We need to work though the darkness to find the truth hidden in the bright light., so yes it does make a big difference on how we see things. :whaa:

    • That’s a fine explanation, Grace. I appreciate your artist’s viewpoint on this. I tend look at things from a physical science point of view. So thanks very much. :tiphat:

  2. I do agree!! Sorry I don’t get over here so much anymore. Life as a stay-at-home blogger is sure different than life as a working mother. ;) I love both though, because as you noted, life is in good part about how you look at it. :) Greetings to Sylvia too! :hkitty:

    • I understand, Rosey. From this, it appears your are doing well in that new role. Sylvia returns her greetings to you. :tiphat:

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