Don’t have the words to say more.
It definitely was too early to step out hoping to see some colorful red, magenta and yellow leaves in the forest. Generally around this time it starts to shape up and that is what it was. Not much to the joy but the greens are still in abundance, quite full and very lively.
During my little walk I managed to thank two persons who for a change were doing something on their own accord without a feeling for money attached behind it. An old couple who were walking their dog and collecting all the rubbish they could see and they have been doing it for quite sometime. I can certainly agree that the path I was on on was not same couple of years ago. A lot of rubbish from cans, cigarette, drugs, food wrappers, glass etc has been collected by them. I felt honored to say thank you and feel that we need to save our planet too. I would be doing the same from next time as this is a high time that we start preserving our planet. We feel we are the intelligent of the species but more than that we ruin more save less.
I love this nature and love to keep it the way it should be kept. On the second part, I came across another gentleman on his own walking with couple of plastic bin bags and a stick to collect the leftovers. I felt this is the first time that I have seen someone doing something for nature and I was overjoyed in real aspect of what we do and how we can change. It all starts from somewhere so here we go, I am in and committed to do the rest of the nature walks with few bin bags collecting some rubbish :) . Leaves me with a smile to say, YES – I do love this planet, the nature and what nature gives us. Something to cherish about – back in nature.
A little collection of pictures for all you out there and if you got a way to help your nature, do it without a reason. Nature gives us more than one reason without asking us to pay back.
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A little voice in nature says hello to all of you out there. It is sometimes needed to know what nature really sounds like. Away from the virtual world.. Hello to the nature around us.
Have a splendid week ahead.
Travel is the movement of people or objects between relatively distant geographical locations.
One such moment of the time well preserved in the history of all this happening was crossing this metal wired bridge between the shores of river Ganges in Rishikesh, India.
“Travel is not only a way to see the world, it opens our own horizon that are closed within our brains.” – Mani Babbar