Sunday, March 13, 2011

Lifes in the Wild

The nature is still beautiful while I am hiking in Cerok Tokun.

My huff and my puff are utterly trivial to be felt, everyone continues to live in peace and tranquility.

This is truly a blessed ordinariness and is marked here and there, though most of us never bother to know, and being taken for granted for most of the time.

When the earth starts to huff and puff, and the ordinariness turns into a disaster, the last tsunami may be the last one that we count as another evidence of global weirding.

15 comments:

RNSANE said...

Nature does let us know, from time to time, that we are mere mortal, doesn't it, rainfield? We are merely allowed to enjoy the planet for a limited time. Nature sometimes unleashes its devastation with amazing fury on our global family and my heart aches for my brothers and sisters suffering so far from me. My own problems seem miniscule at a time like this.

Regina said...

I agree..the earth can be one natural disaster? Here is a quote from the USGS -
"seismic activity grew more vigorous and poisonous sulfur dioxide gas emissions peaked at 10,000 tons per day, over 30 times last weekend's levels, before dropping off again by more than half, The 2,000-degree Fahrenheit molten lava from Kilauea's summit and the newly ruptured Kamoamoa fissure have destroyed 78 acres of rain forest since Saturday and buried 162 acres of park land."
Of course, its been letting of fumes and damaging agriculture too- since 1983.
Anyhow..(hope you didn't mind that I left the quote here)
I enjoyed your peaceful green images and macros today- It's there if we take the time to notice.

Shifan said...

Yes, I agree with you. Nature is still beautiful. We are the people who change that beauty. I like green colour photo.

Icy BC said...

It's a terrible thing to do to disturb the nature of things. Your world seems to be untouched!

Malay-Kadazan girl said...

I wonder how ants can walk straight in line.

One said...

Whatever we wish for, the huff and puff may continue. It's a matter of when and where next.

Amila said...

You've captured some things that catch my eye too as I step in a wilderness. I wish every person would realize how important it is do little things that contribute to the sustaining of the environment,small things that can make a significant difference when done by everybody.

Amin said...

İ agree with You ,too...We must save this green planet...

Ann said...

Is that a cousin of the Ling Zhi?

I was huffing and puffing and I felt like 164 when I was running and walkng the 8.4 km.

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

"global weirding" - now there's a label I can back.

Frieda said...

I agree with you.
Mostly we don't care much about nature, until she shows us that we are her guests...

Malar said...

Nature is beautiful!

Kirigalpoththa said...

The power of nature is one of the most underestimated phenomenon by the humans.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Global Weirding is the perfect term. Tragic disasters allow us to see what we take for granted and help us to be grateful for what we have. I love your new header :)

Ratty said...

"Global weirding." That is one of the best terms I've ever heard. I'll remember this one.