Finding Nature In The Midst Of A Storm

In every walk with nature one receive more than he seeks.


During this pandemic, nature has become my place of solace, it has become my companion, my best friend, and my inspiration for the future. I have taken this opportunity to explore nature and try my hand at immature photography.

Nature is the art of God.


Nature is the natural, physical, or material world, universe, and the natural state of being. It is one of the most beautiful luxuries of life. Nature has so many beautiful wonders to appreciate.

From the ocean, to the trees, the rivers, lakes, wild life, waterfalls, birds, and animals are all apart of nature. Nature is God’s art and gift to the world that many don’t appreciate or enjoy.

I have found myself becoming closer to nature since this pandemic, and it has brought me so much peace. Often times, we are so busy with our day to day lives that we can’t enjoy God’s gift to us. Not only should we appreciate nature, we must do more to protect it.

Instead of relying on technology during this time, I challenge you to enjoy nature. The best way to start enjoying nature is to take a walk. My suggestion is to google (nature trails near me) and you will be surprised by what you find. There are many hidden gems in your neighborhood.

Below are some of my recent excursions and the peacefulness and beauty did not disappoint.

Tuckahoe Creek Park

Echo Lake Park

Always Remember, “ Nature does nothing uselessly” ~ Aristotle

8 thoughts on “Finding Nature In The Midst Of A Storm

  1. dosesofhurricane says:

    This was an awesome read! I have literally been trining myself just this week that I am going to go out to a hiking trail this weekend. I have allowed the heat of getting lost on a trail alone (Lol!) to get the best of me, but I’m going to conquer my far and do it small this weekend. Your pictures are awesome! Great read!

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