Breathing Nature’s Fresh Air

During this strange Covid year we’ve had to be hypervigilant about the very air we breathe, wearing masks and distancing ourselves to avoid transmitting the insidious virus to each other. Thankfully we can breathe deeply in nature where no such prohibition exists.

So come along with me for a walk in the woods and take in some deep cleansing breaths.

Feel better?

~ Susanne

23 Comments on “Breathing Nature’s Fresh Air

  1. It looks nice there, Susanne. Luckily, having to walk Ollie (and living in rural Beetley) has ensured that I have had fresh air in abundance this year.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    • We’ve had mixed weather but have been pretty lucky avoiding rain on our walks. I’m glad you’re able to get out and enjoy fresh air with Ollie. Getting out really helps! 😊

  2. I love the photos of the raindrops, so vibrant! Thanks for sharing your lovely nature’s path with us- it’s so nice to see something other than masks!
    Happy New Years!

  3. Yes, I DO feel better! Living in a place chronically in drought, those moisture- and water-laden photos hit the spot!

  4. As always love the raindrop photos – Susanne, you have an incredible skill! Had to silently chuckle about the fresh air thing, though. Here in the Willamette Valley, during the non-wildfire months the air is usually very fresh, and during the winter, even bracing. This morning however with an unusual wind shift in the predawn hours at the time I feed the horses, there appeared “essence of dairy farm” drifting on the breeze! We don’t get that often, as the dairy is quite a ways away from us. So – no complaints because my nose passed the “I don’t have Covid test” – because I could actually smell that distinct fragrance!

    • Thanks so much for your comment! I’ve become rather fond of raindrop photos as you know raindrops are plentiful here! And there’s nothing like the fragrance of dairy if only to test you for covid! 😁

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