Camping in nature is food for the soul, there’s no doubt about it!
It’s refreshing at a deep level to spend a few days in the wilderness, forgetting the cares of everyday life and being at one with the earth.
However, today more than ever before, there is a need to take care of the environments that we choose to spend the night in. Being mindful while we camp is necessary at ensuring that our effect on the surroundings is positive, and leaves little influence on nature and the wildlife that lives within it.
The good thing about this is that all it takes is a little forward planning!
This canyon! I still can’t get over the contrast of the moss and the black rock with blue water cutting through it.
If you told me this place was a different planet, I’d probably believe you. So many things from Iceland didn’t seem like they belong on earth. I loved it.
Deep gorges, waterfalls and stone bridges. Watkins Glen rocked 🤙🏼
From smog hanging over cities to smoke inside the home, air pollution poses a major threat to health and climate. The combined effects of ambient (outdoor) and household air pollution cause about seven million premature deaths every year, largely as a result of increased mortality from stroke, heart disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung cancer and acute respiratory infections.
When man & nature collide.
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We are incredibly excited to announce that @newbirth.church, @consciouslifeco and @faithful.nature are coming together to bring you the Faithful Armor for the Homeless Project! With the help of individuals and businesses in our community, we are working to receive contributions throughout the month of November to prepare a set of warm winter clothes for the homeless members of our community! Learn more, spread the word, and sponsor a set to help a neighbor stay warm this Christmas season!
This is a female Anhinga flying across the water. Anhingas, unlike most water birds, do not have waterproof feathers. This is why you often see these birds “laying out” in the sun, fanning out their wings. Photographed at Clam Bayou on Sanibel Island, FL.
If you ever go to Iceland...bring a drone. Mine stopped working halfway through the trip and I missed so many photo opportunities😢
Throwback to 'Power of the fro'
Un douce harmonie...
Un instant... Après une longue journée... En sortant du taf... Entre deux rendez-vous...
Un instant... Sur Lille...
La femme au chapeau...
Un instant... Ce genre de choses...