A great Happy World Oceans day to think about how important our oceans are and why we have to try harder to keep them clean and productive. Next time you take a walk on the beach take a bag and clean up a little…if we all did this it will make a difference. Our reliance on plastic also needs to change so we can keep it out of the oceans. There are a lot of great young minds working on these challenges so make sure you support science and innovation. We are so lucky to have all this water in our lives. 🙂
Happy World Oceans Day everyone and remember to say no to plastic soda straws!
Hiking in the woods around Parksville, British Columbia reveals many lovely Turkey tail “shrooms”. These layered mushrooms were growing on a decaying log just off of a forest nature trail. I must admit that these mushrooms were definitely some of the most interesting fungi I have seen in awhile.
All the color and textures contribute to a beautiful Turkey tail mandala. As you can see the colors and textures worked out perfectly for this fractal. Deep forest love would you believe!
Happy Mandala Monday and thanks for checking out my blog. Please share with your friends as well!
A beautiful hike on the Wild Pacific Trail takes you to the Terrace Beach Lookout. Lots of amazing photo opportunities and a great way to connect to wild nature!
The forest around the lookout is thick and windswept, a direct result of the Pacific winter storms. Today a calmness overcomes the forest and the stillness is mesmerizing in its totality. Cosmic consciousness begins here – where nature and human connect.
Moisture is continuous in this mossy forest. Notice all the different shades of green in the many layers of forest. The air smells sweet and organic connecting with us deep in our lungs. I couldn’t feel any better on such a beautiful day!
Go find your own nature to explore and heal today. 🙂