Found some interesting species in the forest on the top of a mountain..
I love to study nature,,

I love mountains too..
seeing things in a different perspective 

from up there..
I'm learning to..
...not to adapt..
to the world below

Be like water..


Picture...Charles Darwin's  Room.


Mapi said...

Mooi bericht en een prachtig nieuw bord erbij ...
Kijk graag naar al je verzamelingen.



Angelsdoor * Penny said...


donna baker said...

Oh, I love Darwin. Wonder what he thought about skunks, which we caught in a catch and release trap last night. Ugh.

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

The world down below is getting to be so frightening! I think a return to simple things is a great respite from this world. Have a wonderful week.

^.^ said...

... goin to the mountains to ski quite often, but cannot stand the mountains for more than 2 days ... maybe it's because I am a crappy skier ... video shows my son Paul on snow board, daughter in law filming and lil old me slip sliding and falling and things :) ... https://www.youtube.com/embed/aJ9hdrEE3q4?rel=0&controls=0&showinfo=0 ... Love, friend D ... Always, cat.

^.^ said...

:) Love, cat

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

How could I be so late...HOW?

Dearest, I love your Pinterest page. I pinned a sweet squirrel lurking in the dark with only the stars watching his moves....

I think your wisdom is spot on correct. Going to higher places teaches us to not adapt or follow the empty ambitions of this world. Perspective IS everything when adapting to anything. Going higher makes what is happening below even sillier, crueler, emptier. I'll join you on you favorite mountain; I know it would be my favorite.

LeeAnn at Mrs Black's said...

The air is always so clear in the mountains. And that room is beautiful too!