We just had a short holiday at Mammoth Lakes, California and vicinity. We stumbled upon some pristine lakes, the few that still had adequate water and a sliver of hope for our drought fraught state.
The vastness and variety of America’s natural landscapes never cease to amaze me. And I’m grateful for all those folks that strove, and still do, to keep these areas from commercial development. Humans have taken over most of the landmass, but because of these naturalists, the other species inhabiting earth still have a place to live. This Independence day, I wish that all species one day can live without fear from the largest predator. Humans.
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awesome pics…look forward to more…
Thank you Diksha. More to come for sure.
” Heaven on Earth ‘ !!
Beautiful Pictures Sharmila !!
Thank you Usha. Hope we all do our part to protect these heavenly places.
Lady!! you are good!!! You capture out the full flavor in your pictures. Looking at the waterfall and the glistering sun rays and the rainbow splashed over the water!!!!
KEEP IT UP!!!
Thank you Gulshan. Appreciate your eloquent comments.
Wow! what a beautiful place to be! And great photographs that you took. I agree that we are so lucky to have the wilderness areas that we do have. I’m not a ‘spiritual’ person, but they do seem to me as a vast spiritual resource when I’ve been in the wilderness for a while.
Thanks Elissa. They definitely are, and just a walk through natural surroundings can recharge us tremendously…. You’ve inspired me to write my next blog!