Spotted this unusual ball of rainbow in the sky while out walking yesterday evening..it wasn't raining and wasn't particularly sunny either so made us all stop and wonder! Looks likely to be one of these..
A sun dog or sundog (scientific name parhelion) an atmospheric optical phenomenon associated with the reflection/refraction of sunlight by the numerous small ice crystals that make up cirrus or cirrostratus clouds.
Taking the card matching game to the next level ... once you've done your toys up your game to matching the bedding and your clothes Love it Thank you @_lifewithmyboys featuring our amazing animal fact cards alongside fab orca leggings from @littlepicklesdesign
This is the remains of volcanic action here many moons ago #naturelesson
Instead of chasing happiness, slow down, sit, make an inventory worth of validation in your life ... "SOMETHING IS MAKING YOUR HEART BEAT TODAY
Location San Miguel, El Salvador
Photo by @mmonicabennett
LOVE THIS TIME OF YEAR
The girls and I had a nature lesson in the garden this morning whilst gathering up the autumn leaves. .
I love the cool, crisp mornings of early autumn and the magnificent colours of the leaves. I know it means winter’s on the way but that just makes me appreciate our beautiful climate here in Jo’burg even more: practically 8 solid months of summer, with a smattering of spring and autumn and a sprinkle of winter:)
. #consciousliving #livealifeyoulove #autumnleaves #autumncolours #changingseasons #mumofgirls #naturelesson
MIRACLE ◈ Look what I found! As you surely noticed I’m in love with how beautiful and clever nature is. Cones like this one from a pine tree are true miracles in my eyes. I made a quick research and just found out: Many kind of pines are so strong that they easily survive (small) forest fires. Some of them even wait many years for a fire so the cone can open up due to the high heat and spread its seeds. Those kind of seeds love the carbon rich soil that a fire leaves behind. Quickly there will be new “patient pine trees” - how amazing is that? #naturelesson#pinecone#macrophotography#inspiredbynature
like the waterfall who spills her force from the edge
knowing that no matter how much she may give
her pool will refill
she will never run dry
and if she does, the earth will always supply.
like the waterfall who flows and paves her own path
she trusts in herself and all that she has
the earth is her home
she adjusts as she flows
carves crevasses and valleys throughout the unknown.
Still can't get enough of Mount Tambuyukon and this is one of my favorite shots. The towering tree is heavy with parasitic plants and yet it stands strong and firm. This tell me a thing or two about life. #naturelesson#nature#mountain#trekking#adventure