Inspired by Distant
Inspired by Distant
Surrounded by nature, when I was a teenager I couldn’t appreciate the value of it and also the priceless gift I was given when I was born. It happens, except some years abroad, I have been living in a very green region of Italy (Friuli Venezia Giulia), where it is quite uneventful to drive or walk among vineyards and green hills and ancient castles or manors or even going to the seaside in the morning and then to the mountains in the evening. I grew up unaware of the landscapes that greeted me every moment. Until I have turned 40 and, maybe, due to some personal events, I have started thinking and reflecting upon my homeland, where everybody is complaining but where it is possible to sip the beauty of inestimable places and moreover to eat healthy food without spending a fortune. Or you can even be so lucky to have a cherry tree in your small garden, which gives you the reddest sweetest cherries in the world.
And what about your homeland? Can you enjoy nature everyday?
Enjoy the World Environment Day 2017 http://www.worldenvironmentday.global/en/news/connect-nature-world-environment-day-2017 !
The magic of a walk with a friend, when you really need to steam off. And then ~ there’s no denying we Italians are always complaining and we forget how magic our next door surroundings are ~ I have found myself appreciating the beauty of my countryside, with unexpected tiny signs of history and art.
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