NATURAL WORLD. Capture the natural world with your camera: document a moment outside, big or small. From a panorama snapped during your morning hike to a close-up of a leaf in your yard, we invite you to document this wondrous world around us.Exploring the outdoors, with camera in hand, is an opportunity to look for natural lines that lead our eyes to different parts of a frame.Photo101, Blogging UContinue reading “Natural World, Warmth and Mystery”→
Smoothly swaying in this hammock under these trees makes me feel and realize how small I am compared to nature itself. The trees, so much bigger than I am; they’re like giants surrounding and staring at me. But unlike any giants that usually look scary or intimidating, these are the lovely ones (But they maybe scary at night when creatures of the night use it as hideaway or sanctuary; it’s creepy sometimes to hear their sounds from the trees!).
The small-world phenomenon experiment by Milgram suggests that humans have short path length of a small-world network and that the world is made of short ties yet we are often not able to discover them.
There are two points of which this photo portrays connection.
First, the interconnected vines portraying the series of connection humanity have. Second, the kind of connection we have with nature and life.