As promised, here is the update for Dec 15th!
Look up in the sky!
What A Wonderful World!
While spending yet another day inside my home and wondering about when and how the current pandemic will make an exit from our lives, I found out via Google Doodle that today is April 22nd.
The day of our Earth!
And I remembered a post I published back in 2017. Featuring Louis Armstrong’s classic What A Wonderful World, I shared snaps taken by me with the lyrics of the song.
So for few moments of your today, just think about how much wonderful this world of ours really is, despite what is currently happening here right now.
Louis Armstrong’s What A Wonderful World is the only song, in my opinion, capable of describing in simplest of words what our planet is really all about.
And since we are celebrating Earth Day today, so I got this idea of showing you pictures I have taken, using the lyrics of Louis Armstrong’s classic number.
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Yes, I know!
Sep 23rd isn’t the day of 2016’s Autumn Equinox. It was yesterday and I suppose most of you already witnessed in some form. I didn’t got the chance and even though leaves did fell off the trees, I didn’t had the slightest of idea about Sep 22nd 2016 being Autumn Equinox.
Happy faces, blissful gardens
Blooming flowers, blue oceans
Whatever it is, it’s from here
On this earth
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Horsetail Fall is a small, ephemeral waterfall that flows over the eastern edge of El Capitan in Yosemite Valley. For two weeks in February, the setting sun striking the waterfall creates a deep orange glow that resembles Yosemite’s historic “Firefall.”
Look closely and you will see the sun behind those green leaves. I took this picture few days ago, when this tree was full of green leaves.
A beaver’s lodge is home for beaver during the winter. Beavers construct these by using severed branches and mud. In late autumn season, they cover it up with fresh mud which freezes when frost arrive, almost like a stone.