Beauty, It’s Earth Deep

DSC_0116_036Think about nature beauty. Consider the beauty of the earth. Take the time.

A simple beauty definition could be: a combination of qualities, such as shape, color, or form, that pleases the aesthetic senses, especially the sight.

Nature beauty is: shape of land, clouds, flowers, trees, snowflakes, and rainbows. Nature beauty is color: red, green, blue, yellow, brown, and uncountable thousands of shades. Nature beauty is sounds: water flowing, dripping, falling, birdsong, surf on shores, wind in pines, the call of a wolf. Nature beauty is found in sunrises and sunsets. Nature beauty is pleasing to the eye, the ears and the human heart. Few humans can see a spectacular sunset, a perfectly formed snow crystal, a migrating flock of swans without pausing to gaze with mouth open. From some a gasp of awe may be heard. Further evidence of the power of beauty are the millions of photos and videos taken of the beauty found on planet earth.


Have you thought about where nature beauty comes from? Have you considered why nature beauty can always be found?

The beauty of nature comes from God. Through him all things were made; without him nothing was made that has been made. John 1:3 The magnitude, the infinite nuances, the power to make humans gasp and return again and again for more are the infusion of God’s creative power in the beauty of nature on earth. He has made everything beautiful in its time. Ecclesiastes 3:11

Enjoy the beauty of a Minnesota forest; Banning State Park in the photos found in this blog.





Beauty…a blessing, a gift. Thank you God!

Author: davidwellis

What does a grandfather, husband, former public school teacher and Education Specialist for the United States Fish and Wildlife Service with many life experiences in nature do with them? A naturalist with a camera-makes outside a daily destination. My confidence is that God will guide my words, and photos. We live in a magnificent world, come and look at it with me through eyes, lens and words. To God be the glory. Current Profile Photo- Prickly Ash, the name summarizes this brushy undergrowth well. It fascinates me with its thorny branches. Seeing a vine wrapped around the trunk called for a photo.