Exploring & Discovering Nature in Urban Areas
Isn't it funny how the plants and animals keep breaking through our barriers, no matter how much we try to discourage them?It's a great day in St. Louis, but I heard rumors of the "S" word for Monday.
Is this a good thing or a bad thing? Sad to me, but then again, I like human civilization. (I also enjoy nature, but would rather they be segregated.)Photography tip: Wait for better light, usually on thinly overcast days, or after sunrise, or before sunset.
I am fond of watching Nature take back over. Thanks for sharing the pictures!
Proving once again that dandelions will grow anywhere! Even in concrete. Well... sorta.
Beautiful shots. I am so ready for spring.
I think I love the picture of the tree behind the fence the best. It is truly a lovely picture.Happy WW!
This is the kind of thing I grew up with. Even a little bit of nature inspires me and gives me peace of mind.
I like nature. But I like civilization. Parks are nice. But unkempt and dilapidated urban areas are not my cup of tea.
I love your views! I love that you find nature in amongst the concrete. :)
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