So often you read how people create boundaries in nature, fencing off private space and keeping out the unwanted. But when did you ever know nature to heed the boundaries? Don’t we see beetles, caterpillars, rabbits, squirrels, deer, chipmunks, coyote, and even bears depending on where we live invading our spaces no matter the methods to keep them out?
Probably more important is the boundaries nature puts on us. Like when we leave the trails and designated walking areas to find hidden gems in hard to reach places. Some of those places are almost forbidden if we want to live to hike another day. After all, one wrong turn and a salivating wolf might follow us or a poisonous snake ruin our day.
But when we drop the boundaries and look for things of interest, so much beauty can be found. Even things as common as a lowly rock.
Nothing gives a better sense of nature than actually getting out into nature though. While none of the images really shares with another, all make it understood that one had to travel to experience things vastly different. Even the deer are in different states.
The way to see amazing things in the world means getting out into the world.
It is even visually exciting seeing a bit of the ordinary escape its boundaries.