This week I’m sharing a taste of my neighborhood walks. I don’t get out to the state parks much anymore, so I try to get my nature time locally. Thankfully, I’ve learned to find and appreciate simple joys where I am, allowing nature’s elemental beauty to speak to my heart.
I’m still seeing turtles in my yard and neighborhood. They must really want me to learn the lessons of mother earth; grounding, flow, compassion, and protection.
Flowers always capture my attention and heart. They remind me of the beauty in the world, no matter how fleeting.
Walkways are meant to keep us on the trail, whether literally to protect nature or manage traffic and pedestrian flow.
Surprises. I found this moth resting or dying on the path. He made no attempt to move as I hovered to appreciate and photograph.
Nature is a master artist. I love finding perspectives like this simple mosaic of color and textures.
May your week be full of elemental beauty and joy.