Fine Art Nature

“The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.”
Aristotle

A beautiful sight from my favourite artist – nature.

Naked trees of the early spring forest reflected in the lake, together with the morning sky.


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15 Responses to Fine Art Nature

  1. Just lovely! And what a coincidence… my favorite artist is nature too!!~Rita

  2. I think reflections in water are some of the most beautiful photos you can capture. Nice, good job.

  3. Crooked Tracks says:

    Beautiful reflections on the water.

  4. I love the combination of your beautiful photo and the quote by Aristotle. I often match quotes to photos and people ask me what comes first? The photo or the quote? The best answer is some days it’s the photo that evokes a quote and some days the quote begs for me to find a photo that reflects the meaning of the quote, Great job.

    • Aditix says:

      Thank you, nice to hear that the post spoke to you. Most of the time it starts with the picture for me and the quote comes later, but on a rare occasion it may be the other way around.

  5. scifihammy says:

    Really lovely ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. DG MARYOGA says:

    Pure Unsurpassed Art,Aditix Dear!Astonishing fractal reflections by the Great Artist …
    Enjoy your evening my friend ๐Ÿ™‚ โค
    PS:Loved Aristotle's quote as well:) xxx

    • Aditix says:

      Yes, Aristotle, like so many other great Greeks was a clever man.You have all reasons to be proud of your wonderful country, my friend. Thank you dear Doda, nice to hear you liked the picture.
      Hugs โค ๐Ÿ™‚

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