Some countries don’t question a chicken’s motives for crossing the road, but instead invest in ways to help the chicken cross it safely and more effectively.
#howdidthechickencrosstheroad #wildlifecrossing #animalbridge #animalwelfare #respectnature #theywereherefirst #whereareYOURtaxesgoing
Recommended Link: 12 Amazing Animal Bridges Around the World
“The beautiful spring came; and when Nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also.”
-Harriet Ann Jacobs
It’s one of those mornings where I’m torn between the beauty and the sadness of it all…
#coldautumnday #leavesarefallingonmeasiwritethis #itallmeaningmylifeandlifeitself
“Of all the things I hold in high regard, rules are not one of them.”
– Frank Underwood
I was craving a cup of coffee along the way so i made the first turn pointing me in the direction of a bakery. They didn’t have coffee but they had a community garden right behind me with a reminder to phone home. (I really should, sigh.)
“Lighthouses don’t go running all over an island looking for boats to save; they just stand there shining.”
– Anne Lamott
“I hope some day to meet God, because I want to thank Him for the flowers.”
– Robert Brault
It almost looks as if the flowers are leaning in for the selfie… #SpringInNYC
Famous last words at Inwood Hill Park.
“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.”
– L.M. Montgomery
Mother Nature continues to inspire me…
The moment one gives close attention to anything, even a blade of grass, it becomes a mysterious, awesome, indescribably magnificent world in itself.
– Henry Miller
“Grounded” is an independent feature film about what is considered by many authorities to be “The Greatest Health RE-discovery of All Time”. The concept was tested on the people of Haines, Alaska ,
I love this documentary. Ever since I saw it I make way more of a conscious effort to go barefoot, lay on the grass, etc. Animals know to stay connected to the Earth and understand it’s natural healing qualities. It’s only us humans who go out of our way to separate ourselves with floors, carpets, shoes, socks, not to mention building our homes and offices higher and higher above the ground.
Becoming one with the tree at Fort Tryon Park, NY.