Watching over the earth

Calming

Visual Delight

Curtain Of Rain

Mother Nature – Artist

Walking is something I love to do, however, unfortunately, it is something that has only happened intermittently of late due to all sorts of reasons and maybe a couple of excuses.

What better time to restart the activity than the time between Christmas and New Year.

Unlike last year here in Sydney Australia (when bushfires and thick smoke continued for months and 40C/104F+ temperatures), this Christmas has seen downpour after downpour and (so far) cooler temperatures 23C/73F – 33C/91F for Summer.

This morning I walked approx. 3km/0.62miles just ‘as a starter’ as it has been nearly 2 months since the last one. With cloudy skies and recent rain it was ‘cloudy bright’ overhead which delivered nice, even lighting.

On my travels today, I found some interesting tree bark patterns and thought I would share them. Mother Nature certainly provides us with a range of designs and colours. I hope you enjoy them as much as I did.

Written by David Johnson

29 December 2020

Days Like This

Summer Rain

Summer Rain 6

Enriching Their Lives

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Mother Nature’s Hand

One of 5 poems I wrote recently on a short break away to Country NSW, staying at Millthorpe and Wyangala Waters.

Mother Nature's Hand

Nurture The Fire!

Stretching outAs far as the eye can seeA barren wastelandDrought-infused beliefWaiting for the rain To quench the earthFor new growth to emergeGarden rebirthYour mind is influencedFrom s