David Huang wrote:Excellent idea for a thread, and life practice in general! It's a great reminder that we have the power to shift our focus and attention to that which we wish to. Would we rather spend more of both our inner and outer lives in the realms of ugly or beauty? I will choose beauty.
Samantha Buller-Kormos wrote:It was breath taking!
N. Neta wrote:
Found this little beauty in the ravine that cuts through our land in Tenerife (Canary Islands).
It is the only one of its kind and it must be wild...
Anyone can help me identify it (Google insist on hyacinth - but I can't believe it would grow wild here)?
Anita Martin wrote:It is a hyacinth, looks like it can be found in the wild in a lot of places. So pretty!
Thomas Agresti wrote:Beauty and being grateful for it, how can one go wrong?
Daron Williams wrote:I love seeing the first signs of spring each year.
David Huang wrote:Today I'll share a couple close-up shots of wild turkey feathers I found out hiking.
Ben Zumeta wrote:Does anyone need a Pyrenees rainbow hug?
Liv Smith wrote:Spring is here. Sun warmth feels soo good!
Liv Smith wrote:It’s a camelia bush. Among the first things to bloom in this area. One of my favorites☺️
Thomas Agresti wrote:I live in Idaho in the Great West of the North American continent, at the top of the Great Basin, ish. The last pic was of a reservoir, which looks particularly lovely with snow in Winter. I visited your website; you're doing the Good work Nisandeh, please keep that up. There is no better time then now to begin or continue this kind of work or lifestyle or change of culture, within and out.
David Huang wrote:I had a beautiful little find in the yard today. My daffodils are starting to sprout!
M. Phelps wrote:this morning while watering my plants i noticed two of my pineapples are flowering