art and soul
Only when the last tree has died
And the last river been poisoned
And the last fish been caught
Will we realize
We cannot eat money. ~ Cree Indian Proverb
What beautiful photos...very fitting for Earth Day :)
Thank you, Keith! We gotta give this earth some credit once in awhile. :)
Thank you for the incredible photos....sigh xx
I'm glad you enjoyed the pics, Jeansy. It's pretty amazing that those were taken with my silly ol camera! Purrs & hugs to you & your Chiefs!!xo
i think i just fell in love with your native landscape (and wildlife). i have always been a fan of the desert and its alienish landscape. i would love to live in the desert for a while (although, i would end up having to return to the sea since she has such a strong hold on my heart!). oh, and those mountains! I am a capricorn/aquarian cusper and i definitely have sea-goat in me. i need the mountains as much as i need the sea, but when i am with one i miss the other and vice-versa!i hope your earth day is a bit more spring like that it seems your days have been lately.sending you spring!xo
I've got to tell you, we got another inch last night. (See what I mean?!)But...I'm okay with it. I gave myself a pep talk this morning. ;)The landscape out here is "like no place on earth". (That use to be Wyoming's slogan)I love it. I do. But, like you, I also think about living near the ocean (again) or in the hot & dusty desert (again). Some place where it doesn't snow. Ha! I know, you are appalled at those words, aren't you Brit?!!But, for now, I will be happy, right where I am. ;)X
amen sister!!!!yes yes yesahhhhhhi can loose myself in all those amazing imagesisn't mama earth spectacular???!!!love and light
Indeed!! Earth mama rocks!! HeheThinking about you today in your lovely land. XX
beautiful images of our mother earth....
Yes. They are a reminder of where I've been & what surrounds me here in this great big wide open mountainous prairie!Thanks sister. xo
I melted when I read this in your sidebar today "Once upon a time, when women were birds, there was the simple understanding that to sing at dawn and to sing at dusk, was to heal the world through joy. The birds still remember what we have forgotten, that the world is meant to be celebrated."~Susan Salter Reynolds That combined with your photos took me to the most peaceful place and I simply couldn't resist dreaming for a while.
Well, aren't you just the sweetest, most uplifting thing around!I feel the same about that quote. It's from the book,When Women Were Birds by Terry Tempest Williams. Find that book, Ash! And when you do, her words will stay with you forever.Truly.X
Such a beautiful collection of photos! What a tribute to "Earth Day Every Day!" Stay warm my dear... stay strong. Change will come.
These are gorgeous photos and I love the quote you used - it's so true. The shot of the landscape with the wild flowers is beautiful. - Tasha xxx
So true. Wonderful scenes, I particularly like all the wildflowers!