Poetry in Nature. Wild flowers. Madjaas

My Encounters with the Wildflowers…and other plants

Like wildflowers; You must allow yourself to grow in all the places people thought you never would.

There’s not only the sweeping view of the mountains to enjoy, but also the different species of flora along the trails. I take pleasure in stopping by and taking snaps of lovely flowers and odd-shaped plants.

Disclaimer: This is not an attempt at photography, although I want to be better at it. Reasons, I know. But I really love taking snapshots and enjoy viewing it after some time—it strengthens my memory.

Like they said, a picture can speak a thousand words. It might not tell the whole story, but like flowcharts or mindmaps—it can spell out or explain concepts, events and processes easily in less time.

Here’s another usefulness and I learned this trick from a friend: taking pictures helps in recalling details. For example, for me to figure out exactly what time we reached Point A or Point B, I check the file’s date & time info.

And most importantly, photos can serve as souvenirs of my good days – something to look back when I get older, or rather to look forward to and say something like “Ahhh, what a wonderful life in a beautiful world”. Priceless.

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