Postcards: Antipodean Cat & Tree Hugger

Dear Reader, I love to receive  “postcards” don’t you ? and  here  I  share an antipodean one. It’s  humbling to  hear  from followers  of this  Blog, all nature lovers and  with  respect for  the  Earth and  Gaia’s children. In  her “postcard” Christine describes  how  birds  flourish inspite  of  the  family cat, the  birds simply time …

Saint George

Dear Reader, as you may know Saint George is a warrior Saint . Revered for his courage , chivalry generosity and humility. Saint George is a Patron Saint  of England and Georgia. Georgia is a county which lies  between Eastern Europe and western Asia. Saint  George is honoured in many cultures. His humane and courageous …

Owl Guide

  We like the owl guide, the owl represents the quality of “seeing” in the dark Things come to light “For nothing is hidden that will not be made manifest, nor is anything secret that will not be known and come to light.” (Luke 8;17 English Standard  Version.) We are  certainly living  in fast moving  …

Good News:Pet Trade

Dear Readers, in this post Good News:Pet Trade we mention light-entry of the light re the pet trade. I started to consider a post over a year ago about the plight of animal breeding for the pet trade but was not  sure how I would use the  featured  image. It’s a picture  which  gives a …

Athenian Gardener

Dear Readers, Dimitris an Athenian,  makes  fascinating book gardens. No matter where we are it is possible to connect  to the beauty of nature. The Greeks  of ancient  times are famed for their cultural contribution to many things including geometry,  its takes a keen sense of spacial awareness to  design these gardens. Athens was a …

Post Card

  Dear Reader, we hope you like this”Post Card! the particular British Bull Dog in the picture below loves to be at the seaside with his human family. A Kind dog, strong, fun loving, and tenacious, much needed qualities in these times. The seaside photo was taken on a day trip to the coast. The picture makes us giggle, oh …

Bird Song In The Rain

Dear Reader

a friend of nature recorded this beautiful chorus of bird song in the rain

on an English summer evening deep in the countryside.

We are grateful for the beauty and strength of Gaia.

We have no need to dominate and oppress and understand  Gaia will reclaim the earth

for nature, the animals and the children just as Stuart Wilde

told us long ago.

I hope you enjoy this beautiful expression of nature as much as we have.

Listening to the primordial sound of water-  rain and the natural bird song can be

as a  meditation helping to achieve more peace

Written by Wendy Datta

Posted 20th June 2017

Recorded by J D Video

All rights reserved.

More On Alpacas

            Dear Readers, alpacas are often  referred to as”Fox Guards” the reason is because they will defend against foxes because foxes can take away baby alpacas “crias” as food. A herd of alpacas will chase a fox and if it is unfortunate enough to be cornered it will be trampled …