Going out away from developed areas can bring much peace and quiet. And sometimes you get to see nature that simply do no exist in the urban landscapes. It is always great seeing new regions and the wildlife or how the area is composed. Many of the discoveries I have made I shared with the Hive community, and glad to see many others are doing the very same thing.
This week I take a look at some Hive plankton and minnows post about nature.
Here are my five Hive picks for the week for #nature
Nagli nature reserve by @tomskiss
Traveling out to the western part of Lithuania they explore sand dunes, beaches and rolling hills. Birds come from all over during their migrations and use the beaches so it is a protected area. The reserve is small, around 3.7 acres but much wild life depends on the area to stay wild.
The harvest season has arrived in the inland districts of Aceh by @zaenfullmoon
Harvesting rice here they use a machine to gather the crop and then go through the process of separating. The fields are large but this machine makes faster work of it than done by hand.
The mini Glass Bridge over the lake instead of Mountain! By @tanzil2024
There is a glass bridge that crosses over some water, to get to it you must walk down a staircase, and the same to get out you must walk up again. It can be tiring but hopefully the views and the experience was well worth it.
A Close-Up Look at Two Striking Flowers Near a Rainforest by @theguru.blog
In an area with lots of rain and high humidity great flowers grow. They were found near the Sinharaja Forest while visiting their aunt. Two great flowers captured in that post.
The Beauty of Sunset in Seruni Beach, Makassar, Indonesia by @queen-silvia
Visiting a beach in an area known as South Solawesi province, located in Indonesia. There are places to get something to eat and enjoy the sunset on the water. Some fishermen boats are seen on the waters edge as well.
That's my five picks for this week, come back next week to see
Solo's next weekly picks. I curate posts every Tuesday and do this through MSP. Thanks so much to the Minnow Support Group for giving me the opportunity to serve as a curator!