A walk in the forest has inspired a few deep forest fractals. I love the elements and textures of a well-evolved old growth forest.
Deep Forest Fractals cedar stumps
There are lots of old red cedar stumps in the forest that are perfect for nature mandalas. Many old trees that have been cut down are kept alive by other trees in the area. Their roots are nurtured and provided with nutrients by other plant roots for still unknown purposes.
Moss mandalas and Deep Forest Fractals
Deep forest moss is everywhere in the forest especially during the moist winter months in the Pacific Northwest Canada. Their soft and intricate textures make a lovely mandala as above.
Take the time to walk in your special nature paradise especially when you feel your energy is low and you need to recharge. Equally important, being in the deep forest helps me to focus on what is important in my life. The modern world contains too many distractions. These distractions can complicate your life and can cause depression. When we walk in the deep forest we are returning to a default world full of fresh air and good nature vibes! Consequently – how can you not feel better for it! 🙂
Englishman River nature waterfall fractal. A beautiful place to get lost with someone you love! Hiking in the fall is wonderful. Seeing all the colors of nature puts me in a total chill out state of mind. Try it sometime and find peace of mind. 🙂
It was a beautiful day at Spider Lake yesterday. Very peaceful and quiet … a real zen zone.
This area was previously a gravel pit and now it is a fantastic recreation area for fisherman, kayaks, paddle boards, and swimmers. It is a good example of industrial land converted back into nature! 🙂
Rathtrevor beach waves with zen chillout vibes on this Friday at Rathrevor Provincial Park , Vancouver Island. Ironic that on the opposite side of this great continent to the south, hurricane Irma is ravaging everything in her path.