The leucistic Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo novaeguineae) was relaxing in the early morning with his sibling. I had been hearing them for several hours before they finally came close to us ♡ My dear neighbour has seen the latest youngsters...and once again, there is a new fluffy leucistic one! ♡♡♡ That makes 3!! Hopefully I'll see it soon as it starts to explore the area
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I have @byronoutside_ut to thank for this snowy winter wonderland today.
I went for a run on the snow in the snow, which I've never done before. The skies were ominous before setting out and it was a bit warm, so I thought it might rain instead of snow and, well, running on slush in rain did not sound as appealing as running on snow in the snow.
But I went anyway because of Tyler's recent post where he said if the skies are darkening and the weather is changing, don't run indoors, just go because it'll be interesting and worth it (or something to that effect.
So I tied an extra layer around my waist and I went.
And it was glorious, in all my 🐢 glory. It snowed, it didn't rain. And the sun even peaked out a few times. And it was warm, so I don't know how it was snow and not rain but I sure ain't complaining.
I plodded along for 4 miles and loved every second. I only stopped twice to snap a pic, and this was one as the sun was peaking through the clouds just a little bit but it was still snowing. It was just so dang beautiful. The trees so green like spring, the snow so white like winter, the river dark and cool, the sun bright and warm.
Aaahhhh. So thanks, buddy. Thanks for being the voice inside my head that said just go. .
Photo via @TimothySykes 🌟 with this photo taken at Kandolhu Island, Maldives🌴
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GO OUTSIDE. Guys, it's so incredibly beautiful out here. The winds and the clouds and the trees are so amazing. 🏝🏜 I'd honestly would love to be in an open field to enjoy this more. Either way, it's so nice outside and the wind is almost knocking me out my seat... it's so strong!! .
What better way to spend a day than with people who enjoy doing the same thing as you. ✨
Nature is so powerful that it helps you slow down and reflect on yourself & how you are truely feeling on the inside.
Does anyone else feel like nature (mountains, water, animals or plants) has this hold on you? I feel like it releases all of my worries and stresses and makes me realise that I’m a good human trying to do good things.
Appreciate the world and your place in it 🙋🏼♀️🌏