Natural beauty at its best


I have always been an avid fan of nature. For me, there are few things better than a hike in a place that has a varying landscape that is filled with changing flora and fauna.









Promise a viewpoint at the end of the hike, then you absolutely have me. I have found that sometimes taking photos while I am on my hikes helps me to slow down a lot more, particularly on the more challenging hikes. Observing the plants along the way, the different creepy crawlies or some dead trees makes the journey just as enjoyable as the destination.

If you are lucky enough to walk in the same place over the course of the year, it can be interesting to observe nature ushering in each season and presenting it in the trees. At the end of the summer, you can observe the trees that summoned our awe with their bright flowers start to wither, the previously green leaves evolve into more yellow hues as autumn eases in, and then brown before falling off the trees and creating the most amazing leaf canvas on the roads. This then leaves the trees’ skeletons exposed for the winter in preparation for the next summer.








Capturing nature during walks and hikes can be quite therapeutic. It is definitely a way to slow down and observe. Also, reliving the summer through the images when I am in layers of clothing during the winter can be quite an escape.

Do you ever take pictures when you go out on walks?


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