Nature Raw to the Bone

The earthquake heaping so much destruction and chaos on the

poorest people in the world.

My heart goes out to them and I cannot imagine

the incredible loss  people in Nepal

are suffering just now.

Bless all those helping these stricken people

to cope and recover from this quake as best they can.

Nature's Raw Power

Nature’s Raw Power

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7 thoughts on “Nature Raw to the Bone

  1. Nepal is a vast tragedy, but we are tiny, ephemeral beings living on the surface of a huge and far longer lived body that, although not alive in a biological sense, is very far from dead. I love Nature, it is something that never bores me, but it awes and frightens me too, because along with the birds in the air and the flowers in the meadow, there are unspeakable and unstoppable forces which make all our endeavours look truly microscopic and vulnerable.

    And your picture is simply stunning. As you know, I enjoy taking bird photos – and I very much wish this were one of mine. Absolutely classic “pose”, wonderful range of tones, and the vague, dark backdrop is perfect for the job. A

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