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I absolutely love nature and the outdoors. Going to a trail or forest just brings out the best in me. To be away from the business of civilization and just relax and appreciate the little things keeps me grounded.

I absolutely love nature and the outdoors. Going to a trail or forest just brings out the best in me. To be away from the business of civilization and just relax and appreciate the little things keeps me grounded.

there's=something=so=calming=and=desirable=about=nature.=somewhere=man=has=not=yet=destroyed.=somewhere=silent=and=abandoned=and=secretive.

there's=something=so=calming=and=desirable=about=nature.=somewhere=man=has=not=yet=destroyed.=somewhere=silent=and=abandoned=and=secretive.

Reminds me of Clear Lake in Oregon.  There is an entire petrified forest under water that you can see, not to mention old sunken fishing boats and lots of fish swimming around.

Reminds me of Clear Lake in Oregon. There is an entire petrified forest under water that you can see, not to mention old sunken fishing boats and lots of fish swimming around.

mist #forest

mist #forest

Green -- When I think of green, I don't just think of the concept of "being" green, I think of why many make the effort to "be" green: To keep places like this around, and thriving.

Green -- When I think of green, I don't just think of the concept of "being" green, I think of why many make the effort to "be" green: To keep places like this around, and thriving.

25 Exquisite Pictures of Nature Part.2 - Forest Bridge, British Columbia

25 Exquisite Pictures of Nature Part.2 - Forest Bridge, British Columbia

Mirrored forest at Retezat National Park in Hunedoara county, Romania • photo: imfunny1 on Flickr

Mirrored forest at Retezat National Park in Hunedoara county, Romania • photo: imfunny1 on Flickr

Bamboo Forest, Kyoto

Bamboo Forest, Kyoto

I love places like this: where human once built something, then desided not to use it fon one reason or another. I love abandonded railroads, peeling off asphalt, empty houses. I love where nature is showing its power.

I love places like this: where human once built something, then desided not to use it fon one reason or another. I love abandonded railroads, peeling off asphalt, empty houses. I love where nature is showing its power.

"And the woodcutter took up a loaf of bread for his children and took them deep into the forrest."

"And the woodcutter took up a loaf of bread for his children and took them deep into the forrest."