“Look deep into Nature and then you will understand everything better”, Albert Einstein once said.
We are surrounded with it.
Colours, naturally sculpted trees, floral displays and so much more. They are just out of this world, too good to enjoy all to ourselves so I am creating a collage of what we see each day (as if my almost daily postings are not enough!) but I hope even with this little gesture the sight of them could put a smile on your face, amidst the chaos already happening in this world.
We are still deluged with strong winds and freezing cold weather after a spate of snowflakes, rain and windstorm the previous day. But we had to do some shopping as we are running short of milk, and the first thing that greeted us outside the gate is this fallen tree, struck by the howling gale of last night. This beautiful white flowering tree that I always admired and photographed from the window during a snowy winter. It was blocking the road and despite H’s attempts to push it on the side, it’s too heavy and voluminous to move so we just worked our way, driving the car carefully so we don’t go rolling onto the ditch on the other side.
You see a photo of the roadside tulips being blown by the wind, the lovely palette of colours created by the rapeseed fields against a blue sky as if we are driving through a landscape painting, then a walk in the forest where we are endlessly discovering strange-looking flora…