WPC Challenge: Serenity

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What is it with nature that we always feel an affinity and kinship to it. Other humans can cause us so much turmoil and even though nature might be unpredictable at times, it is always there to embrace us as soon as it calms down – unconditionally.

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I’ve always said I love the greatness of the oceans but seeing the Grand Tetons humbled me. For how can one ignore its beauty and the flatlands around it, everything is at peace and instant serenity. And even though there’s the threat of rain brewing in the horizon, it just makes you feel the presence of a Higher Being, that pretty much many things are beyond our control. A feeling of acceptance and humility.

My entries to this week’s WPC Challenge: Serenity. Go here to join and see more interpretations of the word.

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4 Responses to WPC Challenge: Serenity

  1. Amy says:

    Beautiful two serenity photos, Bebs! I like the two birds swimming forward, the mountains are majestic!

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  2. bebs1 says:

    Thank you Amy. I tried so hard to take a good picture of the pelicans to my dismay.

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  3. Dinna says:

    “What is it with nature that we always feel an affinity and kinship to it. Other humans can cause us so much turmoil and even though nature might be unpredictable at times, it is always there to embrace us as soon as it calms down – unconditionally…” — will quote you on this. Beautiful pictures, touching words. Miss you, Lou!

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  4. bebs1 says:

    Hi Dinna! You’ve been in my thoughts lately. Been reading your blogs and others too just have to sit down and write something here. Been busy with my crochet projects and got tons of reading materials waiting. So short a time.

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