11 September 2013
Inspirational Thursday-Magnificent MountainsIn: blue sky, clouds, colorado September 11, 2013 By: Jemma@athomewithjemma
You know, I grew up in the West where nature is bigger than
mankind. Where you remain humble in spirit because you are
surrounded by magnificent mountains that stretch for thousands and
thousands of miles.
Where never ending blue sky and puffy white
clouds seem to be within arms reach.
"Great things are done where men and mountains meet."
Where natural beauty moves your heart and soul to ache.
Gushing mountain streams from melting snow cap peaks
race with abandon around curves and corners,
with absolutely no fear or wonder what their density might be.
Simple sweet serenity rests on each mountain ridge.
Cool, clear mountain lakes surrounded by pungent evergreen forests
where deer, elk, bear, wolf and eagles call home. A gentle
reminder for mankind that we are not the almighty.
Pristine mountain air, gentle sunsets and mountain breezes.
Peaceful, calm, no storms of life, no rush of words, no ego's.
The essence of the magnificent mountains calms,
quiets, reassures that all is well.
(All Photos in this Post taken by Jemma while enjoying the Mountains in Colorado)
Please Join Me:
Jemma's home is a quiet spot nestled among the trees. You might find me writing, reading, or puttering in my Greenhouse, tweaking a recipe, crafting a wreath or loving on my grands. Always living with a grateful heart.
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