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    Posted April 19, 2014 by
    college93
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    La Crosse, Wisconsin
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    Wildlife photography

    Spring...Sprang...Springing?

     

    There comes a sense of peace when exploring the wilderness and capturing it's natural beauty. As we all wait to come out of the cold, dreary winter we are reminded that even during natures death there is still a beauty to the rugged backwoods. Whether it is the birds chirping or river water rushing I think we can all find a sense of peace and belonging in nature. Whether you are a stressed college student or a busy business professional we can all find the same peace if we just step out our backdoor and admire natures beauty. That is why I decided to capture this moment and share it with the world. So that someone may come across it and realize that life is not as complicated as we make it. It reminds us to take one step at a time because like nature life will work itself out as it is supposed to. Time will pass and seasons will change just as life will change. But there will always be a constant just as a river remains constant in motion and trees remain constant in place. But this constant should be a positive constant in our life so that we can always return to a simplistic inner peace with our life. I invite you to admire this natural, rugged beauty or go out and capture it yourself. Fresh air can do some much to clear one's mind. As Albert Einstein has said, "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."

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