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Are you a nature watcher?

  1. Jackie Lynnley profile image89
    Jackie Lynnleyposted 6 years ago

    Are you a nature watcher?

    Do you watch the sky, the clouds, the trees, the seasons changing? Or do you not pay attention to these things?

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    KittHillposted 6 years ago

    I love watching how nature changes.  The colors it creates in the sky and on the earth are breath taking.  The way patterns are so perfect. Nature is an incredible thing.

  3. duffsmom profile image59
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    I do notice those things, but I am more of a people watcher.  I love to sit and observe people - they fascinate me.

  4. ishwaryaa22 profile image87
    ishwaryaa22posted 6 years ago

    I enjoy watching nature. I like the way the sun peeps through some branches of trees so as to give some shade during summer; pitter-patter sound of rain during the monsoon season, rustles of leaves during the autumn and flowers in their full bloom during the late spring. When nature is at its best (spring or summer), I feel at most peace and happy. When surrounded by beauty offered by nature, I lost myself in admiring them! Nothing beats the natural abundant beauty of Nature!

  5. JKenny profile image92
    JKennyposted 6 years ago

    Definitely a Nature Watcher, I love tracking the seasons, and all the changes that come with it. When you start noticing these things, you'll see that one season doesn't simply transform into another. e.g. Here, in England, the weather became milder after Christmas, some of the birds start singing in preparation for spring, and the Snowdrops have already burst into life. But last week, Winter returned with a vengeance, and it felt like being in Siberia, that's why I love nature, you never quite know what to expect.

  6. samsons1 profile image76
    samsons1posted 6 years ago

    Oh yes, I love to notice the changes in nature.  To watch a flower grow, bud then bloom is one of my favorites, and to watch a baby grow from infancy into childhood,  adolescence then maturity.  Annually, the changes in season from winter to spring, then summer to fall, it is all a great reminder that everything is under the control of our Creator even though many fail to accept or believe is no consequence, it all happens for His glory...

  7. sassymuse profile image59
    sassymuseposted 6 years ago

    Absolutely, I even make pictures of them and write about them.
    (An exerp from one of my articles)
    Someone penned: “The unnoticeable Contrails are free and interesting.”
    Especially, there are many different clouds formations that I love to watch. I love Nature trails and the streams and waterfalls. I love to hear the birds sing. God's creation is wonderful and with an open attitude could relieve much loneliness, depression and unnecessary pain. But, we are seeking something---we don't know what. And most of the time, we are more interested in bathing in the dark defunct than finding out what could lift our spirits.

    Troyce

  8. pstraubie48 profile image86
    pstraubie48posted 6 years ago

    How could I be on this planet and miss all of the subtleties of nature?
    I love this time of year in Florida...it is trying to be spring already. My grass began to grow...wild flowers sprouted ...buds and tiny green fragile leaves emerge on plants that I have covered and uncovered all winter..the ones I had to leave outside.
    Watching the trees turn green again..it is breathtaking...
    It almost leaves me breathless..the wonders of the sky and sea..and land ...all around, everywhere..so much to enjoy....
    I find I ramble when I speak of this...

  9. pavanreddy945 profile image54
    pavanreddy945posted 6 years ago

    yes, am true lover of nature. when am free from my work, i use to watch the nature by going on to my terrace of my building. I use to watch the the birds, sky ,sun rises and sun sets, i use to collect pictures from internet collecting natures wallpapers. For this purpose i use to go to parks, in india there are so many places we can visit at ..

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    salsymposted 6 years ago

    I love watching, listening and feeling nature. I try to find figures in the clouds, faces in sea waves and above all peace in the vastness of meadows. I like to meditate at sun set with my face towards orange sea at Makara beach in Wellington. I can feel that orange sea even even with my eyes closed. I listen to chirping of birds in the jungle and believe me go to the jungle and sing a song for all the plants and trees and you will be surprised to feel how passionate audience they turn out to be.

  11. modgirlok profile image60
    modgirlokposted 6 years ago

    Yes, I love to watch nature. I especially enjoy watching sunrises, sunsets, and stars. I also really enjoy birds and other wildlife.

  12. Leanna McCarthy profile image67
    Leanna McCarthyposted 6 years ago

    All the time! I'm one of those people who looks up at the sky to see what the weather is up to every time I step outside. I love being in nature and appreciate the different seasons for their uniqueness and beauty. The world doesn't move so quickly that we can't stop and smell some roses every once and a while.

  13. Mary Stuart profile image80
    Mary Stuartposted 6 years ago

    Absolutely. I love watching one season morph into the next. I love watching the flowers through their season and anticipate the next set of blooms and the return of the summer birds and the winter sky and the summer sky. Yes, very much so.

  14. xuniperx profile image72
    xuniperxposted 6 years ago

    I definitely am. I used to always carry my camera with me everywhere I go for that very reason. But when I upgraded to a bigger camera, it was harder to carry it with me everywhere. My favorite part about nature is when the leaves start to change color. There's mountains and trees all around where I live, it's a great place to take all that in.

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    aginfowebposted 6 years ago

    Sure I am a nature watcher .I love Baby & there pleasure.I love the bird's song and wish to song with them in the forest.Also I love to see the selfless earth,I think that we are all each for others.

  16. mirriquelblogs profile image60
    mirriquelblogsposted 6 years ago

    Not only do I love to watch nature, and how the seasons change, but also I love to capture it in both photography and oil painting. More importantly though, I really feel empowered and uplifted when outside among nature and its elements. It's a rejuvenation you just can't get from being cooped up inside.

  17. maggs224 profile image85
    maggs224posted 6 years ago

    See the treasures of nature hidden in plain sight. Look at  stunning photographs you won't be able to look at the humble dandelion in the same light again. Look through My eyes or rather lense read more

  18. anglnwu profile image89
    anglnwuposted 6 years ago

    I love watching nature. Watching nature from my kitchen nook, or sitting outside on the lawn chair, just admiring what nature has to offer brings great joy. There is something about nature that calms and intrigues. I love to hear the bird sings or admire the color of leaves or how they turn rusty as soon as the cold sets in. Nature is so immensely therapeutic, I cannot imagine life without it.

  19. JamesGrantSmith profile image58
    JamesGrantSmithposted 5 years ago

    I wouldn't say i was a nature watcher but i do love cuddling up on a nice day with a nice girl and just staring at the sky.

    1. Jackie Lynnley profile image89
      Jackie Lynnleyposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Well ...good chance you will see a bird or two.

 
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