Where I live, we don’t have four seasons. We don’t experience winter. We don’t have fall. We don’t have spring. All year round, it is almost always summer and in some months, interspersed with rain. The sad thing, though, is that we are along the typhoon belt in the Pacific.
Here’s a photo of the current “season” in my side of the world.
Other entries of the weekly photo challenge can be found here.
Oh, to be on the front row seat, witnessing one magical show in the sky! This golden moment which lasted for only a few minutes was a gentle reminder for me yet again that a peaceful life is so exquisitely beautiful and is so much worthy of living and celebrating.
I’m participating in the online adventure travel magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggersThis week’s Challenge is: Peaceful!
The silken water, enjoying the feeling of being free, excitedly flows to kiss the rocks with a wet passion before falling into the eager gurgling pool below.
(Another try at slowing down the shutter.)
It will always help us to think of the earth every now and then, to wonder at the magic and beauty of the clouds and the blue, blue sky, to wander off to the nearest hills, and to remember our place in the universe.
Nature has its own way of telling us to slow down…
I am thankful for the goodness of the earth. But too often, I wonder how long the rivers can give us fish; how long the earth can sustain our growing needs.
When the day is done, it’s nice to sit in silence to find that part of our self which we may have lost in the chaos of daytime.