There’s never a chance that the beauty of nature fails to catch my sight!
You could say I am constantly seeking to immerse myself in nature or that there is a message hidden in my pursuit of seeing the magic in it all.
First, I savor the moments and it all in as much as I can. Then I try to capture as much beauty with my sometimes crappy camera phone and then I see the lovely enough to share picture with my friends and post. This doesn’t happen once, I am known to fill my various social media stories without a shame! Sorry not sorry?!
But in all seriousness, take a look at today’s images from almost a month of being sort of out-ish of office. Enjoy ♡
If you feel alive in nature, share with me how you capture it? How you savor it? Or how you perceive nature?
As promised on my Instagram story and as part of continuation from my travel blog I recount my stay at Home Inn.
Here are more pictures to thrill you on:
That’s it friends for now, I took more pictures but that would be a drag if I gave you all of them. These ones made most sense so I hope you enjoyed them. And if you did, don’t forget to comment, like, share and subscribe if you like such kinds of blogs.
“Rain rain fall on us, beautiful city wants your touch. Come and wash our city clean as we long for fresh days soon.”
-My rendition of the popular children’s nursery rhyme about rain.
This was meant to be a pictorial but since the rain send an overcast darkness afterwards I could not take as many pictures as I would have loved to. So I will tell you a story instead 🙂
The past few days before the rain fell was so dusty, foggy and plain old ugly. But when the rain touched down and swept the dirty aura away something pretty happened what was once gloomy shimmered in the bright rays of the setting sun. The wind cooled off and the environment was new and clean again…
OK, honestly speaking, this is not a story and by now you have a little hint that my love for nature is quite something else… I just wanted you to catch a glimpse of what I am currently enjoying. To me, this is magical. The smell of dust that is rained on and leaves that have been kissed by the rain give me the heebie-jeebies in a good way!
I plan on posting more pictures of rainfall on this blogspot so keep checking it out and if you like what you see, share the blog on social media or re-blog if you can. Will appreciate it. Also, I have a new blog site at blogger called Travel Dee Lights so you can check it out too and tell me how you like it plus give me some tips you would want me to include…
See you soon…
Peace, Love and Light to you dear friend :)💞