Looking To Nature You know I’m a bit of a Nature Girl. Love my trees, in particular. I really like this quote for the week. Hope you have a good one…. “Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.” Albert Einstein 0.000000 0.000000 Advertisements Share this:ShareFacebookTwitterEmailTumblrGooglePinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related 27 thoughts on “Looking To Nature” How odd – a few days ago, I photographed this quote at the Melbourne Museum 😀 LikeLike No way. We’re on a psychic linkup, Bluebee. Wheeeeeeee….. LikeLike very wise quote and a lovely tree, beautifully photographed LikeLike That looks like an inviting tree for reflection. Thanks for sharing it with us Selma. LikeLike Beautiful quote and a beautiful tree. You got it all going on. LikeLike Albert was a special old Asperghers, as I suspect is the old ironbark. We learn from both if we are ready. Glad to see you out and about with the camera again! XX LikeLike I like the photo and the quote…have a great week! LikeLike that’s for sure, great quote, i notice that trees are a reflection of what we have inside LikeLike Every once in a while it’s good for us to go back to nature. Spend some time near the trees, flowers, the woods, the animals (not the dangerous ones unless you are well protected), the rivers, the sea and the ocean. It’s a part of us and we are a part of it. LikeLike Both the quote and the tree are wonderful! LikeLike I love the quote AND that tree!! Fabulous! LikeLike Sometimes I think I love trees more than I love most people……or maybe it’s just January!!! Thanks for this, Selma. Have posted link on Twitter. LikeLike Absolutely – good old Albert 🙂 If trees could talk to us, they would have a lot of complaining to do, I should think. Have a good one Selma. LikeLike I’m a tree lover too. When we put our pool everyone told us you’ll have to get rid of the trees they’ll dump leaves in the pool. They do dump leaves in the pool and flowers and sap- but I don’t care. There is nothing nicer than floating in the water staring up through the beautiful canopy of leaves. 🙂 LikeLike I agree 100% with Albert! In art, even abstarct art the connections with nature is obvious, it is our primary reference I think. LikeLike Nature truly grounds us. Lovely. LikeLike I love trees too. Whenever I have time I stroll through the parks of New York to visit my favorites. I always feel they are speaking to me when the wind rustles the leaves. LikeLike great quote. I like those oddly shaped trees where their branches arched in such art-like ways. also they change with the season, just like we do when we put on coats or get a tan. hope you have a great week! LikeLike Stellar! Gorgeous image… LikeLike I really miss your blog posts! And I hope you have the time to update again, soon! That is all! XOXOXO LikeLike Hi, Selma! I have protected my blog. For me to give you access, please email me your username only. Thanks 🙂 LikeLike For you http://micromonday.blogspot.com/ LikeLike Miss you, Selma. Are you OK? LikeLike NEW STORY PROMPT SITE: http://microfictionmuse.blogspot.com/ LikeLike I know you’re busy with the new record bar but this is ruddiculuss 😉 hahaha love ya heaps – if i lived near you I would be helping out – nothing much cooler than a record bar/cafe type thing with a Selma and hub and son and co. (by the way, got 6 ducks today and a duckling – will take some photos for you 🙂 oh, and a silkie rooster boy for my hens for some luvin’ in the sun – if we get any sun). Take care my sweet 🙂 LikeLike Selma, where are youuuuuuuu? LikeLike fabulous quote. pretty photo. trees are awesome any time of yr. LikeLike Comments are closed.