A Love Letter to the Sun


Mentally it’s not always easy.

Most days, the waves are calm and the weather nice, but if you look far enough into the distance, you can see the oncoming storm.

The temperature drops, and it gets quite.

It becomes beautifully eerie.

But doesn’t it always before a storm?

Doesn’t it always before a mental hurricane?Β 

The chemicals like the weather, all determined by nature.

Before this horrible pandemic, there was rarely a day I wouldn’t venture outside, either for work or pleasure. Truly taking for granted the sun and fresh air, now, I can go days without even looking out the window.
I always knew the Moon had some power over my emotions, especially during certain times, but obviously, the sun has just the same amount of pull.

I took the freedom of the sun and fresh air for granted, and now all I want is to bathe in the freedom of Mother Nature.

Gabriela A Tejada

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All Images were taken by me, unless stated otherwise.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Tom Schultz says:

    the photo speaks well of the freedom of nature, with the white water and the anticipation of what’s around the bend.


  2. vgeorg says:

    Rivers, mountains, green trees, flowers. How beautiful and great is our Nature.


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