This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge:
“What is your inspiration? What moves you? What is it that never fails to motivate you, to get you going, or make you happy? This week, we want you to show us what inspiration means to you.”
The beauty of nature never fails to inspire me. Stepping out my door, I am assailed with scents, sights and sounds that rejuvenate me body and soul. I am fortunate to live in a rural area surrounded by growing plants, streams, waterfalls and wildlife. Everywhere I go, there is the beauty of nature to renew and refresh. Even in a concrete jungle, I can look up and there is the sky, clouds and beyond. My life is rich with inspiration!
You serve as the eyes for so many of us 🙂
Thank you, Kim, makes me happy to read that!
I get it! Love the ditty too. It made my day Eliza 🙂
Thanks, Val, so glad to hear that. I love Israel’s version so much. 🙂 Lifts me right up!
Right there with you Eliza.
Amen, sister! 🙂
Even if you had never said it, I would have guessed that nature is your muse. 🙂
Indeed it is! Pretty obvious, huh? 😉
Thanks Eliza for offering your response to this challenge. How rich you’ve made your life, to surround yourself from waking to retiring, with all that inspires you!
Thank you, M. Well, that is the intention at least! 😉
Your flower is beautiful. I am motivated by freedom, equality, justice, an end to violence, oppression, governmental lies/greed/intervention and human rights. It would make me happy if everyone could share the beauty of the world and not just those of us who were born in the right place under the right circumstances.
Thank you, Gigi. I hope you join this week’s challenge and write a post about it!
me too! And I love Israel’s version of those two songs, but in particular Wonderful World. Thanks.
Thank you! Glad you enjoyed it. 🙂
Lovely capture and I echo your sentiments about the beauty of nature. ❤
Thank you, Julie. We’re definitely together on this subject!
Beautiful image and thoughts about what moves you Eliza. Is that a Turks Cap Lily? Sorry I have missed some recent posts. I moved from New Jersey to Colorado and we are waiting to get into our new house!
Thank you, Denise, so nice to hear from you. 🙂 Yes, that is a Turk’s Cap.
What an exciting move – I love Colorado, it is so beautiful there. Hope the dust settles soon!
nice song 🙂
Thank you, Saya. One of my favorites – always lifts me up!
Nature is such a wonderful muse, isn’t she? Gorgeous image, Eliza, and I love that song. 🙂
Thanks, Robin. Life is good! 🙂