Nature : lover for the big world

I wrote a guest blog post for a good blogger friend of mine over at Loving Life in Wellies! Check it out!

Loving Life in Wellies - City Girl Turned Country Bumpkin

A guest post by Liam O’Dell

Note : a slightly more intelligent and articulate post than my writings. 😉 

(C) CLHaden (C) CLHaden

Nature itself has always been of fascination to human beings. As I’m currently learning in English Literature lessons, poets often use land and nature as themes for their poems – be it for metaphorical purposes or otherwise. But also, there are people who watch nature documentaries as well. So therefore, why do we like nature? Well that’s what I’m hoping to explore, and answer, in this blog post!

I suppose “nature” itself can be confusing to understand and define. You could say that it is predictable actions that animals perform that is what’s known as “nature” (for example, birds tweeting, flowers blossoming etc.). However, unpredictable actions by animals are also seen as nature – but this is probably because of the surprise element and the amazing phenomena itself.


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