“Raindrops will always carry their dreams & hopes with them, no matter where they go.” ―
Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.
– Albert Einstein
Another Earth Day is here. This year’s campaign of the EDN (Earth Day Network) is called: End Plastic Pollution.
If we all reconsider and change our attitude towards the wide consumption of plastic, be more informed about the threats and consequences of our health and the environment, we should contribute to this effort. Undoubtedly we all want to live on a cleaner and a healthier planet!
This post is part of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Awakening
A story by the Danube river…
… During their winter promenade by the Danube river, something unexpected got their attention from the other side of the river, so they moved closer to the river bank. The father, as an adult with more experience and knowledge is trying to give an explanation to his little one, who listens carefully to his story.
After a long pause, they continued staring at the the river and slowly both of them immersed in their own thoughts!
This quiet and beautiful moment though did not last for long, because they were interrupted by the other members of the family.
This post is part of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Story
Our cute little ‘gardener’ is looking forward to welcome the new season. He loves spending most of his time outdoors, hiding somewhere in the garden.
I love taking pictures of him. He is so adorable!
“If you want to give light to others you have to glow yourself.”
-Thomas S. Monson
Gazania rigens, also known as treasure flower, is native to South Africa. It is a durable perennial plant that thrives in dry and hot conditions which needs full sun and well drained soil.
Gazania flowers close at night and in cloudy conditions. But during the day their beautiful colors are mesmerizing. They bloom in various vivid shades of red, orange, yellow, pink, white or in two tones. In our garden the gazanias are a stunning orange color.
At some point I noticed that, while most of our gazania flowers began to dry, – closing their life cycle – few were still in bloom. This contrast is what caught my eye and I felt compelled to capture the moment.
This post is part of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Temporary