Escape the City: Flee to Nature

2011-08-05 5

Sometimes you get bored of all the concrete, subways and skyscrapers surrounding you. There’s only one cure: find your freedom in the nature. Get lost in the forest, run through meadows and lie down in a field of flowers to watch the clouds passing by.

I always preferred staying in the house over going outside and spending days on discovering the lovely nature around me. I simply enjoyed more being safe at home. It was Lomography that opened my eyes to see what a beautiful, rural nature, untouched by human, is around me.

I live in a very rural area, where you can find cows and sheep right behind your house. The next tree is directly next to your house in a paradise of green growing pleasure. People grow their own vegetables and fruits. My Mom makes a cake every weekend and we make our own raspberry-jam every spring.

The world’s still okay here, the world’s not a mess yet. But as the next town is just a few minutes away, we tend to forget to appreciate the freedom and amazing landscape we have here. But now I can look through a plastic lens and see all the features nature offers to us here.

Green is the new color, the color of the future. It’s time for a change, time to stop and think and enjoy the world instead of destroying it! So go out, lomo on, and fall in love with the nature!

written by wolkers on 2011-08-05 #lifestyle #nature #summer #light #sun #outdoors #love #bright #day #shine #lomography #analogue-lifestyle

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5 Comments

  1. wuxiong
    wuxiong ·

    I love forests, mountains..<:) who not?

  2. wolkers
    wolkers ·

    Oh yes :) So very very true!

  3. aroninvt
    aroninvt ·

    I think you live down the road from me! Haha!

  4. wolkers
    wolkers ·

    ^^ but I think the weather's better around your neighborhood, we're only having rainy days in Germany lately. :(

  5. rik041
    rik041 ·

    its true...forest, trees and so are so good friends...

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