|"The imagination of nature is far, far greater than the imagination of man."|
- Richard Feynman
I believe we are as Human beings...as much as part of Nature as, a Cloud,a Tree,a stream,a wolf,a mule,a part of the essense of the whole Universe...yet we continue to harm our life source,in a mad dash of hurrying about...We must all stand-up..do our part!
I try to pay "Attention" to Nature.....with all my being,attempt to be embodied with the grandness of Nature's Essence...thus the more spiritual ..I may become.__me
Nature to me...is beyond Amazing!
I believe if we fail to look to "Nature" for guidiance,,we will fail..ourselves
example: here is study of the "Wolf"...we can learn much from their "Society"
Parenting is one..where the wolf ...exeeds humanity!...something to ponder
The Sun, the Moon, the Earth and its contents are material to form greater things, that is, ethereal things- greater things than the Creator himself has made.-John Keats
I spent a lot of time diving under the lily pads like this,(above) growing up,until the waters became so polluted,I could no longer see.
When I did my check out dives in 1980 (to be a certified diver NAUI),the water clarity was similar to the above.
Great video of paddle fish feeding
The Beaver / a great preserver of Nature
Great video "inside beaver lodge"
I’m fascinated by creatures that create new ways of life for others. Ecologists talk about ‘keystone species,’ ones which support entire ecosystems, like the central stone in a renaissance archway. Pull it away, and the whole arch falls. But I like to go beyond the edge-of-your-seat ‘Jenga’ approach, and think about ‘ecosystem engineers’: category-busters that create new opportunities for everyone. The beaver is one of those. Beavers build lodges (domed shelters made of woven branches and grass, plastered together like adobe) and they also build log dams to raise the water level around the lodge, hiding the entries to their home safely underwater. When beavers are around, a wetland is nine times more likely to have pooling water, and in times of drought, these waterways have 60% more water in them. Where there are beavers, there is a greater abundance and diversity of songbirds, frogs, salamanders, dragonflies, and fish.-Tamsin Woolley-Barker, PhD.
The below is a issue of "the Beaver" by the Hudson Bay company.many issues can be found here-archive.org