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GINTA – Sometimes we need a break from it all

(Image: Daniela Ginta)

NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES I see it, I never get tired of it: The emerald sheen of the surrounding hills this time of the year, the play of cloud shadows and sunshine which makes the grasslands look as if you’re gliding over in a boat and looking down at the sun-kissed grassy bottom of a shallow creek. It’s magical, there is no other way to put it.

I am nursing a recently injured knee so I am cautious while hiking but there is too much beauty to miss if I hold back. After a few days of taking it easy, I venture up the trails again in my favourite park of all.

Colours and sounds reward my efforts as soon as I get on the trail. I spot the last withering yellow petals of the arrow leaf balsamroot, gently swaying with the light breeze; intense blue larkspur, purple aster, and bright yellow dandelions. Higher up I discover bunches of my most beloved: wild flax. The blue of their petals is enough to make a so and so day glorious. The few water droplets left behind by the morning drizzle sparkle on the blue, round and perfect.

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Daniela Ginta is a mother, scientist, writer and blogger. She can be reached at daniela.ginta@gmail.com, or through her blog at http://www.danielaginta.com.

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2 Comments on GINTA – Sometimes we need a break from it all

  1. I agree, David. We have so much to be grateful for. Our natural world is perfect, we have all the reasons to love and protect it.

  2. David Goar // May 28, 2019 at 4:52 AM // Reply

    If people loved and appreciated the wonders of the natural world as you do, and I do, there would be no question that we would gladly make the necessary adjustments to our collective behaviour to preserve its magnificence.

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