I wonder what forest animal made these snowy tracks across the frozen pond. Any ideas?
An Ash tree log left on the forest floor peaks out of a mound of snow in midwinter.
The Balsam Fir tree is an evergreen tree that keeps its fine needle-like leaves even in winter.
Hollow trees are often home to a multitude of animals and birds in the forest. Here an old maple tree trunk provides a warm and dry home to some lucky bird. It even has a roof of snow!
Image of a cut Birch Tree with wood stump covered in Winters snow.
Maple syrup producers collect Maple tree sap in Spring with the use of piping strung between the sugar Maple trees.
Winter image of a Forest Creek with fallen old snow covered trees.
Photo of a few Maple Tree’s leaves left on the tree over Winter.
Many times animals go unseen on walks, here the snow reveals the animal tracks of a deer.
Wood sign warning of Spring dangers around the Forest Pond.
Great example of landscape border decorations using 6 to 8 feet tall cedars.
Deciduous Forest with a Fallen Tree. Famous Confucius quote “If a tree falls in the forest, does in make a sound”
Shortest distance between two forests is across the pond!
Snow piled high on a Tree Branch picture.
Oak Tree leaves, some refuse to let go and remain on the tree during Winter.
Winter tree image of willows used as a back drop in garden landscape.
Pressure treated Wood Trail Post saves one from getting lost
Cut Tree Log in Winter Photo
Comparison of the evergreen Cedar tree’s leaves when living and dead.
Forest tree Stump in winter capped with snow
Winter image of Willow Tree branches
Maple Tree with squirrel or bird nest hole
Winter tree branches in the forest with snow cover!
Oak leaf fallen from the tree over winter