Seasons in the time of Corona

January 2021
November 2020

The landscape affects the human psyche – the soul, the body and the innermost contemplations – like music. Every time you feel nature deeper you resonate better with her, finding new elements of balance and freedom ~ Nikos Kazantzakis

September 2020
May 2020

These landscapes images are taken during our walks in Covid lockdown. We tried to be in nature as much as possible irrespective of the weather. I say it again and again, “Nature never ceases to amaze me”.

Sunday stills

Sunday Trees

Stay safe, healthy and be kind.

66 thoughts on “Seasons in the time of Corona

  1. Nature and walks in nature have been so refreshing and healing this past year. 🙂
    Guess What?!?! 😀 I love your tree photos!!! 🙂 These are so beautiful…to see trees wearing their Winter, Spring, Summer, or Autumn fashions is always a joy! 🙂
    HUGS!!! 🙂

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  2. One of the very few benefits of this pandemic has been how it has made me appreciate nature so much more. It’s always there, no matter what craziness is going on in the world, and there’s something so comforting about that.

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  3. We also happened to experience some of the beauties of not just several small towns, but also cities. Although it was all virtual during the lockdown, but they were just stunning and actually we never knew that they were this beautiful. So even I feel for every sorrow that comes, there is always a beauty of joy.

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  5. Nature has provided us with so much love,care and nourishment of both body and mind but what could we give to mother nature in return? We could give her nothing but bruises and black eyes. We have abused her enough for her to withdraw her love and the Covid situation was just a warning!
    And those pictures are amazing!!

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