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Nature and Mankind: Stand or Fall Together

It times of total automation and urbanization people start thinking that they are masters of nature and this makes them think they can do virtually anything. The world around us is seen as the provider of unlimited resources and we don’t care about consequences of our actions (or of lack thereof).

But maybe we are wrong… Maybe hearts of most people stop beating when they see smooth water landscapes with solitary bird flying in the blue sky. Maybe the world stands still for a while and then starts whirling at a crazy speed when you find yourself laying on the grass with high trees and fragile small flowers around.

And maybe all these words are absurd and we are just servants to the nature and it bears our whims until they are amusing…

And maybe we look like partners playing one game. Then there can be no winner. So, we shouldn’t try too hard and just live our lives in harmony with nature around us – for nature and mankind are the whole.

Sleeping beauty

Nature beauty

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I dream of a Brighter Future

Nature beauty

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Having the best time

Nature beauty

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Nature vs. Humanity

Nature beauty

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Nita

Nature beauty

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Grass for a Pillow

Nature and Mankind

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Sower of dreams

Nature beauty

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Human nature

Nature beauty

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It’s not the storm before the calm

Nature beauty

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Summer and yellow flowers

Nature beauty

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Romantic shot

Nature beauty

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Picking flowers

Nature beauty

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Menunggu Godot

Nature beauty

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Dramatic work

Nature beauty

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Cat and Boy

Nature beauty

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Catch me…

Nature beauty

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Closer to Gods

Nature beauty

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Dorothy and the tornado

Nature beauty

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A boy and a puppy

Nature beauty

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Kiki the cat

Nature beauty

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So, nature and mankind always either stand or fall together. Looking at the photos above there appears a wish to feel a touch of nature spirit right now. Do you feel the same?

Ann Davlin

Ann Davlin is a young inspired editor of Design Web Kit Blog. She takes a rose-colored view of all the things around and will be glad to share her world-view with you. Find her on Google+.
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