Peaceful Pictures

Peaceful volcano...
Peaceful volcano…

Saturdays are peaceful and relaxing. A chance to spend time with friends and family and enjoy the time together. As I look at this picture of me sitting by Mount St. Helens in Washington State, USA, I remember how peaceful I felt and the joy that I encountered when I saw new life springing up in the path of destruction where the volcano erupted in 1980. I went to this same spot when I was 12 and I remember looking down and not seeing much greenery. It looked quite messy with fallen trees and damaged earth. Some of it was still like that when I returned as an 18 year old. But it was wonderful to see vegetation sprouting up and new signs of life.

I think it is great to see how seasons change from the cold winter with the barren trees, to a blossoming, full and vibrant spring with new life all around. I wanted to share some of my pictures from the States of examples of this beauty that we see in the places around us. Places of peace and calm. I want to dance, sing and celebrate the wondrous gift of creation.

Check out my previous post on seasons here:

And check out my last 2 posts from the USA here:



I will be blogging more of my USA adventures soon! 

For now, enjoy the beautiful pictures from our planet.

Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

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Monument Valley at sunrise
Monument Valley at sunrise
Arches National Park
Arches National Park

Where do you feel calm and peaceful?

I feel my most peaceful somewhere quiet, where nature surrounds and abounds!

Let me know the places that make you look around in wonder and amazement. I would be really interested to know! 🙂

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